At work we're given a packet of papers each night with notes on various work things. The other night, we got a note saying someone defecated in between the moving trucks from a neighboring business. Surveillance footage was being reviewed to find out who did it. It appears it was also smeared on one of the trucks.
Watch the beginning of The Phillip Defranco show from yesterday on YouTube. That's where got that line from. She was the more normal of the comments. The one he started with will restore your faith in humanity.
I don't want to seem like a hypocrite. I don't wear a mask. I rather prefer to keep my distance. I rarely go out. When I have to go to the stores for work. I go to customer service and nowhere else. I do understand the importance of wearing a mask though. If my community requires it I'll revisit my stance, but I'll probably start wearing one.
My job requires us to wear masks - we're a pharmaceuticals company, so half the time I was already wearing arm sleeves, beard guard and hair net anyway.
Now, with the bandana I wear, I at least don't have to deal with the crappy bead guards anymore.
Also, my bandana is black and covered in skulls, so it tends to keep people the required six feet away.
(Not that I needed help - on a good day I look like a crazed axe murderer, lol.)
However, I really do want to get a couple of shirts made up that say: "Get within 6ft. and I'll piss on your shoes..."
On a personal note, there have been about 1000 cases and several deaths in my county, so I'll be wearing that bandana for the foreseeable future until there are no more new cases in the state of CT.
I'm listening to an actual play podcast called Spell Check. It's fun. The DM and players are YA authors.
Any way, the PCs are prisoners in a prison. They helped fight off ghouls. There was a prison break. The Lord in charge of the prison gave them a chance for freedom if they capture an escaped prisoner with the same charges. I thought that was a great idea.