We have a sign on the shop front door, REMOVE masks, you're entering a gun store. LOLMy issue with the mask mandate (albeit a petty one) is that I see businesses and restaurants keeping their COVID mask signage on display, but then supplementing it with a much smaller format statement that masks are only required if you're not vaccinated. It's like mouseprint - which is probably why it bugs me.
And I guess I can accept and understand that some establishments (Publix, and the restaurant we went to for lunch today) want to virtue-signal, and maybe, get their money's worth out of all those COVID signs. But at some point, they're not advancing any sort of return to normalcy.
Not by any devious design (at least I don't think so), but probably more of a fear-based reaction at the off-chance they'll go viral being on the wrong side of paying customers.
It's not an enviable position to be in.
But I think if I owned a store that was open to the public, and the CDC says masks aren't required, I'd adopt an approach other than mouseprint to get that message across at the front door.
Same here, as I can get Wally World to deliver my groceries. I only go when I have to buy special things like fresh meat/fish/veggies, etc.Over the last few weeks, I’ve noticed fewer and fewer masked folk myself. I’d say my local Walmart....maybe 20% masked vs. unmasked. Even many associates are unmasked.
We went out the other night to Chili’s and only the waitstaff was masked. Maybe a couple patrons wearing masks at most.
Now, my local grocery still requires masks. Fortunately, that’s a trip I make only twice a month.
Even our grocery store (Kroger) will do the delivery or bring it out to your car. I’m just very picky with certain things. I‘m one of those jerk shoppers stores hate that digs to the back and get the newest milk or meats. I don’t trust the store employees. I imagine they’re trained to grab the oldest date.Same here, as I can get Wally World to deliver my groceries. I only go when I have to buy special things like fresh meat/fish/veggies, etc.
I understand the thought. And even agree for the most part. However, unfortunately Wally world has the lowest price. Particularly on necessary supplies such as paper products, cleaning and laundry etc. I refuse to shoot myself in the proverbial foot by spending more elsewhere because a store has a policy I dislike. If I avoided any establishment fostering a value a oppose, I’d have nowhere to go. My money is more valuable to me than their stupid view.I haven't been to Ghettomart since they started their virtue signaling on handgun amd rifle ammo. Scroom
Same here. Also, there used to be a website or FaceFart page dedicated to "Walmartians" and when you look at that site, all I can say is, "DAMN, where in the Hell do these people come from?"I haven't been to Ghettomart since they started their virtue signaling on handgun amd rifle ammo. Scroom
I stopped going there too. I found it very concerning with their actions regarding firearms sales. More importantly, the place kind of gives my wife the creeps. I tend to agree, if I had to pick one place where we might be most likely to be shot at/robbed in the parking lot or have to shoot someone in self defense, it would be a Walmart.
No,I won't prove your point. If you can't prove a point.......do not make it!!!!!!
Asking for an answer;a really TERRIBLE thing.
I'll abey your post for a bit of time and see if you ever respond.
Here fish. I did your homework again.Hey JBS; Just checking in to see if you have proven you contentions.