Sunday, May 10, 2020

Kansas City Middle-Class Copes With New Coronavirus Mask Culture

A bit of an overwrought report but still worth a peek if only to learn what "Karen" thinks of 2020's mandatory fashion accessory. Read more:

With Face Masks As 'New Barriers Between Us,' Kansas Citians Are Learning To Communicate Without The

Now that the CDC has officially urged Americans to cover their noses and mouths when outside their homes, more Kansas Citians are doing just that, and what used to be an unusual sight - a person in a mask outside a medical setting - has quickly become the norm.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

please add sunglasses to mask outfit: corona gets on eyes easily.

Anonymous said...

masks are not ridiculous, they're all we can do for now, so get over it and wear a mask for the common good and your own good.

then, covid might die out.

Anonymous said...


I wouldn't trust the CDC as far as I could spit. The CDC also has tons of plastic coffins able to hold two or three bodies stored on a privately owned farm in GA. They have been there for years. The CDC is big into depopulation and in bed with the globalists. Sad so many people are fooled by the globalists.

Anonymous said...

^^^Who gives a shit what you think dummy? You’re not a scientist, doctor, or even a high school graduate. You’re one of the many geezer shitheels Who read a story on the internet and are too dumb to think for yourself. Look, you’re here which automatically makes you on of the dumbest chud’s the city has to offer. Go ingest some bleach. Idiot tool.

Anonymous said...

80 percent of the mask wearers out there aren't wearing them correctly, but hey the TV told you to wear them so here you are...

Anonymous said...

Not many wearing masks/gloves at the Hyvee store in Raytown. Going in & out through one doorway, didn't appear no one monitoring crowd.

Anonymous said...

The one-way aisles in some grocery stores and now Walmart are ridiculous. If someone stops in the aisle to study a product, does that mean I can't pass them and have to wait five minutes for them to decide whether they're going to buy it. If I can pass them, then you might as well have people going both ways in the aisle. If I can't pass them and have to wait for them to move on, then my stay in a potentially dangerous environment just got longer. Either way, the one-way directions are asinine.

Anonymous said...

Why don't you just fucking starve then

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