I'm already doing the mask thing now when I leave the house. It's been months of annoying foggy glasses.
I'm already doing the social distance thing. And staying in, and not dining out like we used to.
I already didn't do Christmas this past year and didn't see my family, including my aunt and uncle on the island for the first time in like 30 years.
I dunno what more you guys want from me. I'm tired of doing nothing but going to work then sitting at home. It's even more frustrating when I then read about some wealthy 1%er who gets to charter a plane, flout the rules and get vaccinated up north somewhere. Are these the type of people we're all making wealthier during this shit while you demand us peasants "DO MORE"??? I read that guy got a paltry fine for what he did, meanwhile us peasants get slapped with a 2300 dollar one if you have a few people over for a hockey game? It seems like once a month now we all hear another story of some rich asshole flying to Hawaii, while we're all here, being lectured about "doing more" once again. I feel bad for all the teachers here being told to DO MORE while there's not even a classroom mask mandate. What more do you expect my buddy who's a classroom teacher to do for example? Wear TWO masks????
We went for a walk last saturday and passed by a park where there were two teams of small kids with their coaches playing soccer. I can't understand why two teams of kids are allowed to meet up for a few hours, but I'll get in shit if 2 friends of mine are in my gratuitously expensive rental to watch a hockey game with for the same amount of time. What exactly is "essential" about keeping Park Royal mall in west van open? What about the story about the packed nanaimo airport where there were exchange students everywhere? I guess the message I'm starting to see is if you're a big business giving the province thousands more in taxes every week than the average person can, then you get different rules than the rest of us?
Here's something I'm also maybe not getting about vaccine rollout: If the province is worried about transmission rates and etc, why aren't vaccines being given to the biggest proportionate members of society?
If the middle age bracket is also the largest population in the province, wouldn't it also make sense to begin vaccinating them as well? There were some studies that suggest young people are transmitting the virus the most because they're the ones stuck working 40+ hours a week at their jobs, so woul... keep reading on reddit ➡
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Finished with 2027 yards. If you take away his 4 best, he finishes with 1172 rushing yards, 2nd in the league behind only Dalvin Cook and 3 yards ahead of Jonathan Taylor in 3rd.