The CDC recommends that people wear cloth face coverings in public settings when around people outside of their household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Cloth face coverings may help prevent people who have COVID-19 from spreading the virus to others. Just the facts ma'am.
I'm not really one for conspiracy theories. I do like them in theory, because intrigue, deception, drama and who dunnit are all very exciting, but in the same way it's thrilling to chase a tornado, your end goal is to actually avoid the tornado lest it be the death of you.
That is to say, those who think Covid, and more specifically, the suggestion to wear facemasks are part of a larger conspiracy orchestrated by Bill Gates, child traffickers, pizza shops, Deep Staters and Justin Beiber are essentially taking the storm chase too far, and are going to have us all in the proverbial tornado shelter for another year, or until this vaccine I don't want to take comes out, with no Bill Paxton in sweaty chambray to bodyblock for us.
So those are my feelings. I am dabbling in delivering contrary opinions to my dad, and I'm finding that 20 years of pent-up fundamental disagreement is best delivered with heart eye emojis and verdant I LOVE YOU!s.
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I also had my guys in Jaipur sew a very Furb Dare to Mix set of facemasks, and they're up on the site today. I keep a couple in the car, one by the door, a few in every tote bag, and usually one hanging off my ear because I am v. forgetful, especially when I am constantly thinking about where the Malaysian plane went and where Big Foot poops.