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14 hours ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

This guy painted a mask on his face and went shopping. Rather than anybody stopping him, security instead wanted to take his picture.

 

Brilliant :0)

 

Dont ask me how I know but there are videos on YouTube of completely naked women with clothes painted on them who then go walkabout through urban areas with the general public not noticing. 

 

A very clever and funny way of not actually wearing a mask :0)

 

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Hey guys,    Just popping this petition I made here, to stop mandatory face masks on public transport in the UK, sign and share please, we need as much support as possible to take further ac

Thought I'd share a recent experience. I went to a local indoor shopping centre in Sunderland not because I wanted to but I couldn't return an item I'd ordered online so had to visit the store. Went u

You don't belong on this site you shill. You are a student of bollocks. 

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A new study in the Lancet 'Transmission of COVID-19 in 282 clusters in Catalonia, Spain: a cohort study', published on 2nd February 2021, apparently confirms no association between mask usage and transmission of the "virus".

 

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(20)30985-3/fulltext

 

https://www.thelancet.com/action/showPdf?pii=S1473-3099(20)30985-3

 

Pages 5 and 7 state the following (and table 3 can be found below):

 

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We observed no association of risk of transmission with reported mask usage by contacts, with the age and sex of the index case, or with the presence of respiratory symptoms in the index case at the initial study visit (table 2).

 

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we did not find any evidence of decreased risk of transmission in individuals who reported mask use.

 

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we did not note any association between mask use and risk either in our unadjusted analysis (table 3) or in a multivariable model excluding type of exposure.

 

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I've just been to the cash machine outside tesco, and the woman before me walked off and left a tenner in the machine, so I shouted "excuse me", she turned around and looked at me and I pointed at the tenner in the slot, she said "awww thanks love! my head's just fell off lately". I just smiled at her. She was wearing possibly the thickest mask I've seen so far, some pink designer thing. 

I feel a bit annoyed with myself for not at least planting a seed and telling her masks are causing a multitude of health problems, like poor concentration and that, but in the moment coupled with introversion all I did was smile. Well at least she saw my face and my smile, that might be enough of a tiny seed to maybe get her intuition going or something. 

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Just had my first interaction aside from staff about covid in a shop.

 

A grandmother with a 9 ish year old boy walked up and stopped, expected me to dodge. Had to 'excuse me' to get my attention and asked if she could pass. I said sure go ahead and went back to my business

 

Next there was tutting and sighing and I looked again, said go on. (there was room) she repeated can I pass?

 

I said oh right I get it, you don't want to be anywhere near me. I'm diseased, correct? Gave a big smile, said I'd hold my breath as they passed to be safe.. Was finding it amusing genuinely..

 

She said NO! but she couldn't quite decide if she was more embarrassed or outraged, it was quite a sight. She sorta had a  social malfunction because words stopped and noise happened.. And then she went on by dragging the boy by the arm.

 

 

Am I a scumbag? maybe, I didn't feel great after that. I swear at the time it wouldn't make any difference if it was a granny or a 6'5 professional wrestler. I just wasn't in the mood for idiots.

 

However, in my defence that woman is undoubtedly damaging that child by trying to reinforce the idea that anyone and everyone you come into contact with could result in your demise- unless they have a pathetic piece of cloth over their mouths.

 

I think back to when I was 8 and getting shown the betamax video nasties, right? Murderers murdering.. that was scary. Had many a nightmare from driller killer and nightmare on elm street. But this?

 

This shit is 100% more real. And I pity that boy and the rest of the kids that are living through this waking nightmare endorsed by unwitting family members.

 

I might feel like a bastard, but she ought to wake the funk up too and stop terrorising her grandson.

 

 

 

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On 2/8/2021 at 4:38 PM, Captain Falcon said:

I've just been to the cash machine outside tesco, and the woman before me walked off and left a tenner in the machine, so I shouted "excuse me", she turned around and looked at me and I pointed at the tenner in the slot, she said "awww thanks love! my head's just fell off lately". I just smiled at her. She was wearing possibly the thickest mask I've seen so far, some pink designer thing. 

I feel a bit annoyed with myself for not at least planting a seed and telling her masks are causing a multitude of health problems, like poor concentration and that, but in the moment coupled with introversion all I did was smile. Well at least she saw my face and my smile, that might be enough of a tiny seed to maybe get her intuition going or something. 

 

I'd have done the same as you had the person been maskless.

Otherwise I'd have binned the Ayrton Senna.

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6 hours ago, Ziggy Sawdust said:

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Reminds me of Kurdt Cobain driving a Volvo to be safe, while injecting who knows what he scored that week straight to the vein. We all have our inconsistencies I guess. Still laughed though

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 The government's advice regarding mask wearing at the start was masks do not work. Shame the public and media have forgotten, otherwise they might be asking questions of where the evidence is that they work.

 

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The CDC have released a new study whereby it is claimed that the use of double masks are effective.

 

https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7007e1.htm?s_cid=mm7007e1_w

 

 

However, a closer inspection of the study reveals that it was merely a handful of experiments taking place in January on dummies in a lab! Perhaps that is how the CDC sees the general masses.

 

https://dossier.substack.com/p/the-cdcs-double-mask-mannequin-study

 

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No human beings (who breathe, unlike mannequins, and need to see over masks!!!) were involved, let alone in normal settings using randomised controls such as the Danish mask study. Despite the glaringly obvious problems with the "study", it is being promoted on social media including Twitter...

 

Dude gets caught checking for unlocked cars, calls cops to ...

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This guy calmly and rationally defends himself against this overbearing officer who clearly doesn't know the law on face mask exemptions. He even had an inhaler which he showed to the officer (who also has one) who denied that asthma is a valid medical exemption... It appears that he was allowed to go in the end.

 

 

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A new technical report has been produced by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control on using face masks in the community. This incudes consideration on the effectiveness of reducing transmission of Covid-19.

 

https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/publications-data/using-face-masks-community-reducing-covid-19-transmission

 

https://www.ecdc.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/covid-19-face-masks-community-first-update.pdf

 

The authors admit that the evidence of effectiveness of everyday non-medical face coverings is scarce with a very low certainty over the evidence obtained so far.

 

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The effectiveness of face shields and visors is even more uncertain.

 

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Confidence in respirators is also low.

 

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Faring best are medical face masks but, even then, the report suggests caution in that the quality of the evidence is low and much of it is not statistically significant.

 

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Some consideration is given to potential adverse effects of face mask use on page 10 of the pdf document. This includes anxiety, difficulty breathing, skin reactions, communication difficulties, discomfort, headaches and risk of self-contamination from re-using face masks designed for single use. There is also the impact on the environment and the need for appropriately managed production and disposal of face masks made from synthetic materials.

 

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In places without significant community transmission of COVID-19, the potential harms and costs may outweigh the benefits

 

Although it is recommended that face coverings be used in enclosed public spaces (such as shops and public transport) where there is community transmission of Covid-19, I would suggest that the report is hardly a glowing endorsement of masks.

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I never thought I would see the day where I would agree with Greta Thunberg but these are strange times. Apparently the environmentalists are now kicking off about masks and the damage the non-biodegradable materials are doing to the environment.

 

 

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Looks like God got it all wrong when he designed us..........he forgot to cover our mouths and noses.

 

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Sounds gross, but a moist mask is good for you

Study shows that re-inhaling the air in your mask hydrates your lungs and boosts the immune system.

 

 

 

A new study from the National Institute of Health is suggesting yet another reason why wearing a mask works. Not only are face coverings effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19, but masks may also lower the severity of the virus.

Researchers in the NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) are saying that the increase in humidity in the air that the mask-wearer breathes in could help explain why wearing masks has been linked to lower disease severity in people infected with COVID-19, because hydration of the respiratory tract is known to benefit the immune system.

The study, published in the Biophysical Journal, tested an N95 mask, a three-ply disposable surgical mask, a two-ply cotton-polyester mask and a heavy cotton mask, measuring the level of humidity by having a volunteer breathe into a sealed steel box. When the person did not wear a mask, the water vapour of the exhaled breath filled the box, leading to a rapid increase in humidity inside the box. When the person wore a mask, the buildup of humidity inside the box greatly decreased as most of the water vapour remained in the mask, became condensed, and was re-inhaled. The researchers conducted the tests at three different temperatures ranging from 7 to 36 degrees Celsius.

“We found that face masks strongly increase the humidity in inhaled air and propose that the resulting hydration of the respiratory tract could be responsible for the documented finding that links lower COVID-19 disease severity to wearing a mask,” said Adriaan Bax, Ph.D., a NIH Distinguished Investigator and the study’s lead author. “High levels of humidity have been shown to mitigate severity of the flu, and it may be applicable to severity of COVID-19 through a similar mechanism.”

The thick cotton masks actually had the largest increase in humidity, but all four masks that were tested raised the humidity levels to some degree. The humidity levels especially increased when tested at lower temperatures.

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