This is a sequel to the previous blog, “We Strongly Recommend.” Aren’t I a clever funny bonehead with a play on the word more?
On Monday November 14th, 2022, Doctor Kieran Moore, Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer, held a press conference in which he STRONGLY RECOMMENDED masks for indoor public places. In fine fear-porn form, he went on and on about how COVID, influenza, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), scurvy, the bubonic plague, hangnails, flatulence, and Godzilla will overwhelm everything everywhere.
“WE’RE GONNA DIE! WE’RE GONNA DIE! WE’RE GONNA DIE!”
Wait a minute. We will not die if we follow Dr. Moore’s STRONGLY-RECOMMENDED advice: Wear masks indoors and get vaccinated. Because he has a bad memory, Moore forgot to mention that the vaccines that are not safe and do not work.
(Look up the definition of safe. Safe means free from harm, danger, and risk. Which vaccine is free from risk? By definition, vaccines are not safe. As for the vaccines not working? I misspoke. Vaccines do work, but only for a fraction of a second. And then you have to get another one.)
On Thursday November 17th, 2022, three days after his fear-porn news conference, Moore attended a Conference on Pumptice and its Relationship to Made-up Words. This conference was indoors. Neither Moore nor any other guest, which included Toronto Mayor John Tory, wore a mask.
I cannot speak for the other guests, but Dr. Moore forgot his mask at home.
By the way, if you are wondering, “How does wearing a mask protect me from flatulence?”
You need two masks: one for your face and one for your ass.