Politics Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

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GoofGoof

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I agree if a business mandates it than the rules should be followed and I believe the majority of people do. It’s the assumption that because you work in a certain profession you shouldn’t have the same concerns about personal freedom and government overreach.
Yeah, I’m agreeing with you on that. Being a doctor or a nurse or a first responder doesn’t automatically make you act a certain way.
 

LUVMCO

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Yeah, I’m agreeing with you on that. Being a doctor or a nurse or a first responder doesn’t automatically make you act a certain way.
Aren’t we all required to act a certain way when we’re on the clock. I don’t know how many people are defined by their profession outside of work. Geez I’d never be able to drink beer or eat fried food if that was the case.
 
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JoeCamel

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No, but it doesn’t surprise me that a healthcare worker wouldn’t wear one in public. The first few months of this pandemic masks weren’t even mandated. They still aren’t in a lot of states.
How in the world would you possibly know who is a healthcare worker and who is not.
First she walked into a business that required mask wearing to enter and was wearing a mask. She was aware that she should wear one in public. She chose to take it off and make an issue of it when all she had to do was stand there and wait for her food with the required mask on. You want her to pull it off and cause the workers to have to deal with that? Just do it and move on Karen.

Second - she said she was a nurse and added "i know so" in a half hearted voice.
 
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LUVMCO

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It's called getting to know your neighbors and some in the profession are in my family.
First she walked into a business that required mask wearing to enter and was wearing a mask. She was aware that she should wear one in public. She chose to take it off and make an issue of it when all she had to do was stand there and wait for her food with the required mask on. You want her to pull it off and cause the workers to have to deal with that? Just do it and move on Karen.

Second - she said she was a nurse and added "i know so" in a half hearted voice.
Ok then.
 
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Chomama

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Aren’t we all required to act a certain way when we’re on the clock. I don’t know how many people are defined by their profession outside of work. Geez I’d never be able to drink beer or eat fried food if that was the case.
Hippocratic oath?
 

Chomama

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That doesn't apply to my personal life. It applies at work. I'm also not a physician.
I know. You said any profession. I was just thinking of one. And, actually, you are correct. It doesn’t actually mean anything. It’s just a tradition and isn’t really a practical oath. That aside, I think this starts to venture into ethics. If your job requires a certain type of behavior in order to protect people it would logically follow that the ethical thing would be to continue that behavior outside of work. I am no philosopher, though, so I am just processing out loud here
 
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