Re-Opening / No more masks - too good to be true?

Sasquatch

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Apr 20, 2020
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Magnolia
Our governor has finally seen the light and is rolling back the BS mandates and allowing all businesses to be open 100% - I'm leery though that the county judges / mayors are going to try pulling shenanigans and its going to be more of the same BS. Glad to see that we'll be able to go to dinner as a family and not have to sit 2 booths apart (Texas Roadhouse made us do that, because we had a group of 8 and not just 6)
 

TXSapper

New Member
Feb 27, 2021
30
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Austin
My wife is excited to get out here at the end of the month - meanwhile the sheep are asking her if she is changing her mind about moving, because there is no mask mandate.
 

Axxe55

Just a man, and his dogs.
Dec 15, 2019
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In the Deep East Texas Pineywoods!
The wife and I went to Tyler last Sunday to do some shopping. Tyler is over five times the population of Palestine, maybe six times, and about 65 miles north of us. I expected a totally different attitude towards the wearing of masks, because it being a much larger city than Palestine. Very few people were wearing masks. Even some of the stores we went to, the employees weren't even wearing masks. Signs saying a mask was mandatory were moved out of the way, and not one person played a "Karen" while we were there. I didn't even get the least dirty "Karen" look from anyone. I was slightly surprised. Seems maybe people are already ignoring the BS mask mandate!
 

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