500 MORE YEARS TO STOP THE SPREAD — Communist Oregon votes to make the mask mandate PERMANENT. This is not going away. TAKE IT OFF!!!! – The Donald

500 MORE YEARS TO STOP THE SPREAD — Communist Oregon votes to make the mask mandate PERMANENT. This is not going away. TAKE IT OFF!!!! – The Donald



I find in Oregon it depends on where you are. Places like Portland, Corvallis, they may actively go after you in a store and ask you to wear one. In the smaller rural towns, however, like Lebanon, I find that you can walk into most stores without a mask and nobody seems to care much. What scares me is that even in those places, you do find that most people are still wearing the mask, it’s only maybe 10% who aren’t. If I go into Walmart in Albany, the greeter asks me if I need a mask, but last time I smiled and nodded and just walked on. She was confused, but didn’t chase me. In Lebanon Walmart, nobody said anything. So now I wind up doing as much of my shopping as possible in smaller rural towns, rather than the larger cosmopolitan towns, since they small rural towns seem to have just given up on the rule.

I have stopped enjoying shopping, and I just don’t go much any more. I just don’t go out much any more. It’s not healthy, but I can’t be the only one. If I’m feeling this, a lot of other people must feel it too. It’s unhealthy and just weird. I feel like I’m living in Invasion of the Body Snatchers or something. It’s very unsettling going out and seeing people walking around or driving their car with a mask on like it’s the most natural thing in the world. I would have never guessed Americans could be scared into compliance this easily, but here we are. It’s sad.

My policy now is that I’m not going to wear a mask, but I’m not going to get into fights over it, because I carry and you don’t get into fights when you carry, you just don’t. You’re the most friendly guy in the world. So what I do is not wear a mask, and decide in advance that if anyone confronts me, especially someone from the store, I’ll just ask them if they want me to leave. If they say they just want me to wear a mask, then I’ll smile, say I’m not going to wear a mask, and repeat my question about do they want me to leave. If they say yes, then I leave and do my shopping elsewhere. I don’t like confrontations and I’m not very sociable under the best of circumstances. This mask shit has pushed me to the limit in terms of my social comfort. I don’t feel comfortable going out any more, but at the same time I’m not wearing the f’ing mask. Period, full stop, end of story.

Yes I’ll move, but can’t right now. It’s just not on the cards for the time being, for reasons I can’t get into here. But long term, yeah, I’m outta here. This place sucks.



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