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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    Those who resent having to wear masks seem to be playing fast and loose with the standard definition of the verb “forget” when referring to their noncompliance with Disney’s rules.
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    Living with the baboons

    I agree that there is less emphasis today on certain expectations of politeness that prevailed in the past (saying "please" and "thank you", opening doors for people, etc.), but I also feel that society has become safer and fairer for a greater number of people than was the case even ten years...
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    Living with the baboons

    The thing is, I’ve never seen such behaviour at WDW full stop; the only incidents of this type I know of are those that end up being reported on the internet. I tend to agree with those posters who suggest that the past may not have been that much better, if at all. We often romanticise how...
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    Masks do offer some protection to their wearers, too. How much depends on the type of mask, but it's not the case that they only work to stop outward spread.
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    WDW is not the world. It's a privately owned resort that happens to be open while a global pandemic rages. Count yourself lucky that you can go at all, and wear your damn mask until the requirement is dropped.
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    It’s a theme park, for goodness’ sake. You’re making a mockery of civil disobedience and those contexts in which it is actually needed.
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    We know that breakthrough cases are a thing. We also know that masks—especially N95 masks—offer their wearers some protection from airborne droplets. How on earth is it anti-science, then, to acknowledge that a masked vaccinated person has at least a bit more protection than an unmasked...
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    Maybe they weren’t (as much of) a thing in the UK, as I don’t recall ever seeing such seatbelts growing up.
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    Claiming that wearing masks makes someone distrustful of the vaccines is like saying that buying a car with extra safety features makes someone anti-seatbelt. It’s an illogical argument.
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    https://news.northeastern.edu/uploads/COVID19%20CONSORTIUM%20REPORT%2067%20MASKS%202021.pdf
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    News Disney mask policy at Walt Disney World theme parks

    Hear, hear. If there were any truth to the narrative, one would see a higher incidence of mask-wearing among those who oppose the vaccines, which, as far as I’m aware, is the opposite of the actual situation.
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    News Morocco Pavilion redevelopment

    Thanks!
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