colliric wrote:They hinder oxygen flow you Midwit. You've obviously never worn one for 7.5 hours four days a week.
The facts say otherwise. What you believe isn't relevant or based on anything but a belief.
I have worn N95 masks for 12 hour shifts when I worked at a plastics manufacturing plant(for 10 years). We ground plastics and there were many particulates in the air. We had no one claim they couldn't breathe, and we had no health problems. That is, of course, supported by facts and studies. Your claims are not.
colliric wrote:Yes they do not fully stop oxygen flow, they make it more difficult to breathe. By how much is unknown.
So if it's unknown you'll make up anything you want? Is that it?
Studies say otherwise. Your beliefs are irrelevant when faced with facts that contradict you.
colliric wrote:I have a direct line to the security guards. They know me. It wasn't that bad luckily. They weren't drunk or straight up bashing the kid around. I have had to help sort out all sorts of things in this job.
So, in other words, you were making a false allegation of child abuse. Anything to push your FALSE narrative, though, right?
colliric wrote:Parenting does NOT involve publically humiliating children in front of other people and forcing them to do things the other kids do NOT have to do.. That has the potential to cause long term psychological harm.
Wearing a mask for a 1 hour shopping trip does not cause harm, and neither does parents who make their kid do things that they don't want to. The child is the one making the fuss, and children often humiliate themselves in public. It's what small kids DO, when their parents are crappy and don't discipline them until they get in public.
colliric wrote:So you hit your kids and forced them to do things other kids didn't have to in public. Fully understood Godstud.
You never said that the parents hit their kid. Now you're making up a Strawman argument to support your false narrative about masks hurting people?
Making false claims about my parenting is only hurting your argument. I don't believe you have kids, either.
colliric wrote:My Dad and Mum set the best example of parenting by making a point of ALWAYS waiting till we were at home in private then giving us "6 of the best"(no more nor less) and not out and about. Unlike you.
Not all parents are alike and I don't care how your parents did, or did not, discipline you. It's not relevant.
Implying something about my parents only shows what low-life you are, and how lacking in any sort of coherent argument you have.
“Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson