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Thinking about the dude driving the

2021-05-18 17:55:06.607478+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Thinking about the dude driving the truck down Kentucky St hollering out the window at people wearing masks, and even though I'm vaccinated I'm gonna continue to wear the mask just to trigger the MAGAts.

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#Comment Re: Thinking about the dude driving the made: 2021-05-19 12:36:58.178537+00 by: DaveP

Conversely, the woman on the bicycle who rides around our neighborhood (on private streets, which are paved, unlike the gravel streets where she lives) yelling at people who aren’t wearing masks.

Pretty sure the plague years have set my hermit-like dislike for most humanity in stone.

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