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- Sep 20, 2018
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In a phone interview Tuesday from her home in the Detroit suburbs, Carone told The Washington Post that she was living her life normally and had no plans to change that. She said she was unaware of the health advisory and was not worried about contracting the virus.
“I would take it seriously if it came from Trump, because Trump cares about American lives,” Carone said, adding that if television networks friendly to Trump such as One America News or Newsmax “told me to go get tested, I would do it.”
Fucking this. There are so many masks from Asian countries washing up on coastlines worldwide.
Back at the start of this I flipped my mask off (as someone said, "Like you were on Gray's Anatomy and you just performed a really tough operation") and shot a hearing aid a full 20 feet across a parking lot. Thank goodness, they are tough little things and it survived.My husband ran across this and I thought it would be helpful to post it here: 25 Face Masks We Actually Like to Wear
I am looking at ordering one that goes around the back of the head instead of over the ears because I wear both glasses and over ear hearing aids and trying to put the mask on or take it off is a pain. Anyhow I thought it was a good assessment of available masks.
Sorry about that. I have the very same issues. When it isn't fogging up my glasses, there are gaps all around it. The partially exposed sides don't give me much confidence.The new batch of masks that I ordered fit me fairly well, but not Mrs. Beebo. You wouldn't really know it to look at her, but apparently she has a small head, and her face is swamped in the mask, with gaps at the nose bridge and all around the sides. So Aribeth, she's back to the soft fabric ones, too, because they hug her face much better.
Mayor Joyce Warshaw of Dodge City, Kansas, resigned Tuesday after receiving an onslaught of harassment and threats following a mask mandate that she helped pass weeks ago.
She told ABC News that stepping down "was a tough decision, but it was the right one," because she didn't "feel safe."
"I was afraid. I didn't want to go to City Hall anymore," Warshaw told ABC News. "[I was] just worrying about who was going to show up there or who's going to meet me out in the parking lot."