Lead Service Attendant
- Sep 27, 2014
It's not that it's "an unbearable limitation" on my freedom, but I wonder at the wisdom (not to mention safety) of constantly, for hours, breathing my own carbon dioxide.Somehow I suspect that folks who think that merely wearing a mask is an unbearable limitation on their freedom will not self-quarantine, either.
I'm okay wearing a mask in the vicinity of others but I'm not going to wear it in open-air sunshine, I'm not going to wear it when I'm driving. One of our esteemed members here suggested the genius idea of hanging a mask on the the rearview mirror, letting the sun do its great job of disinfection (thank you, Sarah, for a *wonderful* suggestion, I've been using it ever since i read it - it really is ingenious).
I'm all in with hand sanitizers and hand-washing. But I don't have a problem with using common sense when it comes to masks.