A maskless marauder drops the (figurative) mask. (Warning: short ad at the end.)
At Psychology Today Blogs, Eugen Dimant discusses some disheartening research. His summary:
- Attitudes regarding mask-wearing behavior are highly polarized.
- We tested Republicans and Democrats separately on whether we could increase the rates at which people wear masks.
- We found that behavior change is difficult in such a polarizing environment and nudges alone might not be enough.
Follow link for details and the study, its methodology, and its findings.
Ensure that your progeny display politeness at their educational institutions.
We got our Pfizer COVID boosters today at our local drug store of choice.
We trust science. And scientists. And people who have whaddyacallem “qualifications.”
We don’t trust randos on Facebook.
Danae’s father has
told mandated her to clean up her room . . . .