I also do not want to go when this Pandemic is going on. I also do not want to spend the day wearing a face mask even though I know it is necessary and not a big deal. It's just something I don't want to do. I wear them all the time when in stores and other places with people I do not know that more and more lately I have found myself still wearing a mask after I get in the car and start driving. I don't usually wear one in the car by myself, but it has gotten to the point where if I don't concentrate on "how awful they are", I stop noticing it. I hope this isn't going to be something we have to deal with forever, but the sooner we do this and quit whining, the quicker we will get it to end. But, that will not happen as long as people decide that it is to uncomfortable to protect themselves and others. Not going to Disney is the logical thing to do if you don't feel comfortable.Wearing a mask wouldn’t bother me, but I can’t think of anything less appealing than going to a theme park during a pandemic—the disjuncture is too jarring for me. I won’t be back until life in general starts to return to normal.
The concept that it is a "freedom" situation when it is just a "safety" situation would be hilarious if it wasn't so serious. Do we think that soldiers are no longer free because they wear a flack vest and helmet in a war zone. Of course we don't because it is equipment to protect themselves from death, as is the mask. Before anybody says it, if you die from a bullet you are not anymore dead than if you die from a virus. You are still dead and if you don't care enough about yourself to protect yourself why not save all of us from a lingering problem, find a book by Dr. Kevorkian. He had all kinds of way of putting people with a death wish out of their misery.