Amish life sounds pretty good!
By Clay Waters ~
The front page of Tuesday’s New York Times tried to stir sympathy for the mask-forever obsessives among the paper’s fans: “For Holdouts In Masks, Life Turns Lonelier.”
It’s pretty gutsy for the mask-obsessed Timesto suggest the mask-forever bunch are feeling isolated, given the Times strongly supported lockdown measures that kept old, sick, vulnerable people isolated from their families.
Reporter Amy Harmon found a distinctly odd couple (who call themselves “Mx.” instead of Mr. or Ms., naturally) as their poster children for forever masking — and not just any masks, either.
Bitsy Cherry had been bracing for the question ever since most of the members of a board game group that had started meeting online during the pandemic began attending in-person meetings a few months ago.
Like many of the dwindling group of Americans still taking precautions like masking indoors and limiting face-to-face interactions,
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