The End of Pet Peeves

Do you have a pet peeve?  Do you hate people driving slow in the left lane? Are people that do not put their shopping carts into the cart coral and lean their seats back on airplanes annoying?  Do you think people should take up only one parking spot?

If you don’t believe in masks, then I think you have to bite your tongue.  The above actions are their rights as an American Citizen.

The anti maskers are judgmental. They are angered by what other people do.

However, not standing for the flag is not illegal. Leering at someone’s wife is not illegal. So don’t get mad, anti maskers.  Support their rights to not be told what to do.

If you have the right to not wear a mask at a restaurant, then I have the right to chew loudly. Belch and fart at will. Clip my nails in public.

If you believe masks violate your rights, then I don’t have to cover my mouth when I sneeze. I can microwave fish in the communal kitchen.

In the same vein, anti-maskers need to start supporting mothers nursing their babies in public. People taking their shoes off on an airplane.

You are no longer allowed your pet peeves.

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