It's not pretty.
Yesterday I finally had my regular dental appointment more than a month over due. I had to jump through all sorts of hoops to be admitted to the office starting with hanging out in my vehicle until someone came to get me.
After having my teeth
Onward to the Dollar Store where even more (filthy pointless) masks were in evidence.
Here's the biggest problem I have with the masks - beyond the fact that they do nothing in the way of protecting anyone and may actually harm the people wearing them. If people wish to subjugate themselves to fear and nonsense, who am I to stop them?
The real problem with having everyone masked is you cannot read an expression on someone's face when three quarters of it is covered. You can't see a smile so no one bothers to smile. You also can't judge if someone may have bad intentions. It's really very unsettling. One thing I did notice is those of us who were unmasked were smiling quite broadly at the other unmasked peeps.
In my morning prayers I thank God that I live somewhere where there is still a bit of sanity. Being attacked by mask-wearers outraged by my bare face is not high on my list of concerns, but it's still a concern - hence the early morning shopping when fewer people are out and about.
Is it depressing? Why, yes - yes it is.
Tucker Carlson sums up the shaming being pushed by the fake news MSM in order to keep the commie/libtards outraged and upset - and we thank him.
Here are a few happy pictures of North Idaho to cheer you (and me) up:
Yesterday in Bonners Ferry just north of us posted in North Idaho Life on Facecrap.
Sunrise this morning at Fernan Lake