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Re: Abused for wearing mask on Bus!

“There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it.”
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hahaha, come on. You shared the photo and don't know what the yellow thing is? Maybe it's not fine sawdust, but looks like volatile dust anyway. So, not unreasonable at all.
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It's clearly uranium yellowcake.


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The photo. First reaction that comes to the minds ... "oh , that looks like timber dust then it's good that children are with masks" "it's safer for them" "they're well protected".

The question is: how come this comes to mind first ? Why are you straight away looking for an excuse for someone who told children to wear masks ?
Most important: are the masks required because they will be playing with sand or they will be playing with soil and plant flowers or will dig timber shavings?

Is the mask for that ?

No it isnt. Because these children have to and are wearing masks from the bus that takes them to school and in school and back home. This is what's happening.


A decline in society happens when we start finding an excuse for things that are stupid, dangerous, ridiculous, horrible , nocive, ...

While being deep in the cognitive dissonance is worsening the problem therefore a person finds "a suitable answer for something that's just plain horrible like that photo" .. I will be nice and try to point out where the problem lies.

For some reason grown up kids can wear ffp2 masks in school and dig sand, soil, ... BUT,

you've been seeing all your life children play in the sand on the beach , in the field, in the park ... They even have a section for Babies in the dust playground and we find that normal and Axa and buddies never saw a problem with that ???

These same children can go and play beach volleyball and dig potatoes in their grandpa's garden ..But here we'll be muzzling them for their own good ?

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Old 06.09.2021, 15:18
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Now that you've said what you have said I am inspired to go a bit further and decode few things for you so you will feel how EF can offer some enrichment and enlightenment.


The photo. First reaction that comes to the minds ... "oh , that looks like timber dust then it's good that children are with masks" "it's safer for them" "they're well protected".

The question is: how come this comes to mind first ? Why are you straight away looking for an excuse for someone who told children to wear masks ?
Most important: are the masks required because they will be playing with sand or they will be playing with soil and plant flowers or will dig timber shavings?

Is the mask for that ?

No it isnt. Because these children have to and are wearing masks from the bus that takes them to school and in school and back home. This is what's happening.


A decline in society happens when we start finding an excuse for things that are stupid, dangerous, ridiculous, horrible , nocive, ...

While being deep in the cognitive dissonance is worsening the problem therefore a person finds "a suitable answer for something that's just plain horrible like that photo" .. I will be nice and try to point out where the problem lies.

For some reason grown up kids can wear ffp2 masks in school and dig sand, soil, ... BUT,

you've been seeing all your life children play in the sand on the beach , in the field, in the park ... They even have a section for Babies in the dust playground and we find that normal and Axa and buddies never saw a problem with that ???

These same children can go and play beach volleyball and dig potatoes in their grandpa's garden ..But here we'll be muzzling them for their own good ?
So, it was sand hahaha I asked honestly and now I see it's an excess.

Before ranting consider that images are poor conveyors of information. If you don't want people to misunderstand images, don't use images. You were thinking on the school bus and there's no damned school bus on the photo.

The curious part you also complain about people misreading the texts. Maybe spend some time thinking about being misunderstood all the time.
We're not mind readers. Consider that EF is a mix of different cultures and different levels of English comprehension. If communication and business were so easy, there wouldn't be people that specializes on them. So, be literal, write for the dummies.
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“There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it.”
― Aldous Huxley
Yet another failed forecast, Huxley said this in 1961 more than two generations ago.

Thank you for reminding us of the crap people spout.
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“There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it.”
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Yet another failed forecast, Huxley said this in 1961 more than two generations ago.

Thank you for reminding us of the crap people spout.
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"Yeah, but no, but yes - I literally didn't mean it literally" Aldous Huxley 2021
He died in 1963. Do you have an ouija board?
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He died in 1963. Do you have an ouija board?
You mean scrabble for dead people?
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“There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it.”
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Mmmmm ... gotta love that Soma!

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MMmmm me and NotallThere we just met again --- turgid explanation of the photo and it's original intent---
Ah, what you've missed there is that a) it's obvious and b) I was adding content to your mildly amusing comment.

I really think you're confusing me with someone who gives a damn.
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You were not abused "for wearing a mask", you were abused for staring, likely in a challenging or disapproving way, at a mentally unstable guy. Don't stare like that at random strangers, especially men who get on trams without masks, because there is a high chance those kinds of people are not going to be right in the head.

It's not fair, it's not right, but in the end you also sometimes have to be a realist instead of just an idealist, and put your personal comfort and safety first. I have not yet seen an anti-masker on public transport that was not looking for an argument, because that is why they do it, to challenge the laws and make their 'point'.
I guess I was perceived a certain way, but one never knows what triggers people who are by definition unstable.

You are right. I’m better off ignoring such folks (both on the forum and off )
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Old 07.09.2021, 11:14
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Well done Swiss!
Yes, well done Swiss.

I wonder what they think they achieved.

I suppose all the other passengers took off their masks too when refreshments were served.

But maybe that captain felt like a hero.

And its OK for a plane of 100 people to be delayed to massage the hero of one loser.

This just shows how the measures have less and less to do with any pandemic, real or imagined, and more and more to do with sticking to rules for the sake of sticking to rules.
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Old 07.09.2021, 11:42
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Many years ago I had an amusing conversation with a Spanish truck driver in a bar in Spain.

He said he had recently driven a truck of tomatoes from Andalucia to a distribution centre in Germany.

On the way he had to re-adjust the load or something and one or two crates of tomatoes had fallen off the back and been so badly crushed that he had to trash them. But of course in the interests of transparency he photographed them before doing so to avoid any accusations of theft or anything.

On arrival at the distribution centre he explained what had happened. The lady looked at his paperwork and said, it doesn't say anything about that here. He tried to explain, but to no avail. Because apparently the paperwork is always correct So she signed off the load as received, even though actually they were two crates down.

Another time he arrived with paperwork that had a stamp and a signature missing, and they went ballistic and the entire cargo was quarantined while they waited for the corrected paperwork to be sent from Spain. What that did to the freshness of the fruit didn't interest them.

I see certain parallels in the application of COVID rules and lack of common sense. This is a golden age for bean counters.
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Yes, well done Swiss.

I wonder what they think they achieved.
Confirming to the rules concerning safety on board an aircraft, the arrest and fining of four peoples who think they are above the rules, and now probably considered themselves mask martyrs to be feted by their peers as being so brave.

For their next protest, they might want to smoke a cigarette while waiting for take off. That'll show those jobsworth idiots who just insist on sticking to the rules.

But hey - you gotta stick it to the Man!
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It's frightening NotAllther ...

since you dont like and accept any intelligent thinking from us here (few though) ... will some quotes from ppl like Einstein do ??

"Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth."
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Confirming to the rules concerning safety on board an aircraft, the arrest and fining of four peoples who think they are above the rules, and now probably considered themselves mask martyrs to be feted by their peers as being so brave.
What makes you think they were arrested?

They probably had their names written down and were told to be on their way.

They will probably get a minor fine at best, and whether or not that fine will ever be served on them in Serbia is open to interpretation.

Meanwhile Swiss had to offload their luggage etc etc.

I hope the pedants of the day and felt really good about their heroic deed.
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It's frightening NotAllther ...

since you dont like and accept any intelligent thinking from us here (few though) ... will some quotes from ppl like Einstein do ??

"Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth."
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Unthinking respect for authority is the hallmark of small minds.
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Yes, well done Swiss.

I wonder what they think they achieved.

I suppose all the other passengers took off their masks too when refreshments were served.

But maybe that captain felt like a hero.

And its OK for a plane of 100 people to be delayed to massage the hero of one loser.

This just shows how the measures have less and less to do with any pandemic, real or imagined, and more and more to do with sticking to rules for the sake of sticking to rules.
Sticking to the rules for the sake of sticking to the rules?

Well, it's Switzerland. People complain about noise, if the dog barks more than 1 time per hour, if the grass is not properly cut, but don't cut it on a Sunday, no paper in carton recycling.....

These days it's covid19 Switzerland, but once it ends we go back to normal Switzerland and it's not thaaaaat different..The only thing possible to do here is to master the rules to know the way around them. Direct confrontation with them is not really and option. There are places where that approach is possible, not much around here.
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amogles, exactly and I'm seeking answers... I dont understand it .. For ex. NotAlthere is a brit, he is probably a generation that has read Huxley, that did find right to mock the Queen(like the punk movement did and the artists that followed and so on) .. he probably did see the misery of Blair and the horrible lies and deaths caused by the "authority" and what the "authority" did and how they all protect each other ... (election after election) ..

How that same authority is hiding a lot of info on the Westminster dossier,saville and Jill dando death.. and that same authority is not repeating these crimes every day but they are PROTECTING us by saying -everyday- how we need to cover our mouths and nose so we will LIVE AND SURVIVE really ??

I could expect all this from the french,spanish,italians (because of the catholic church and how in the collective memory there is something about: listen and obey and you'll be grand" or german/suisse that respect-law-rule mentality.. but from brits or americans or scandinavians .. uhhh
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Axa, indeed because of that logic we all do accept the humiliating ridiculous rules that they decided to impose on us.

What you should take into account is how those rules, dog barking, walking naked in teh street, sex in a shopping cart in the mall .. and all that.. At one stage these things were discussed, analysed and there was a concencus about it (jurists,citizens,unions agreeing together) ..

People arent stupid as much as sometimes it seems so for ex. if those same people or me, we're right now in sahhara and they tell me "you need now to wrap your head in a veil because of the wind/sand" and this is how you'll walk for 10 days... yes people will accept that 'rule'. Or not if they prefer to take the risk and have the sand in their eyes, mouth.

With these 'rules' about masks, even though they say it's a rule it's not a law and does not even have a jurdiical value.

Why is this important? Because, it's a one thing to cover your mouth for a certain time being (it's urgent, there's a storm, there's smoke or whatever) but once you realise how wearing the plastic wrapper on your nose-mouth is just a ridiculous useless humiliating rule than it's your duty as a responsible citizen to refuse.
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Axa, indeed because of that logic we all do accept the humiliating ridiculous rules that they decided to impose on us.

What you should take into account is how those rules, dog barking, walking naked in teh street, sex in a shopping cart in the mall .. and all that.. At one stage these things were discussed, analysed and there was a concencus about it (jurists,citizens,unions agreeing together) ..

People arent stupid as much as sometimes it seems so for ex. if those same people or me, we're right now in sahhara and they tell me "you need now to wrap your head in a veil because of the wind/sand" and this is how you'll walk for 10 days... yes people will accept that 'rule'. Or not if they prefer to take the risk and have the sand in their eyes, mouth.

With these 'rules' about masks, even though they say it's a rule it's not a law and does not even have a jurdiical value.

Why is this important? Because, it's a one thing to cover your mouth for a certain time being (it's urgent, there's a storm, there's smoke or whatever) but once you realise how wearing the plastic wrapper on your nose-mouth is just a ridiculous useless humiliating rule than it's your duty as a responsible citizen to refuse.
It's curious that you see 1st and 2nd class rules. 1st class rules are "analyzed", jurists and whatever. 2nd class rules are stupid and not valid. I think all rules are subjective, meaning open to interpretation. And of course, every one I don't like is ridiculous.

I'm not a responsible citizen, I'm a bit rebellious at heart and quite cynical. I just take as guidance the social contract theory. Beyond that, I only care about jurists when I have to learn the rules to make the best out of them.

Also, there are more interesting rules to circumvent than the mask one. Energy is limited, the days is only 24 hours. This is literally skipping dollars to chase pennies.
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Axa, again you are not connecting the dots correctly.

We can all accept rules -in extremis- ... but once that's over, no one has the right to ask me to wear a plastic wrapper on my nose-mouth, to cover my head in niqab, to wear a bandana or a sock all over my head.

I was trying to explain you how for something to become rule first will need to be discussed and then

NotallThere and Axa, since you respect the rules ...

What would you do in this scenario:

You board on a plane, with a 1y old baby or 2y old.. and they have to wear a mask as well. But, the baby does not respect the rule, jitters , takes off the mask and the plane can not take off .
You're asked either to tighten the mask on the baby's face or leave the plane.

What will you do ?
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