While I was happy the government decided to give us our freedom, faces, and unencumbered breathing back, I was concerned we’d lose my favorite genre of viral video: Idiots overreacting to people not wearing masks. Thankfully, there is this Ace Hardware employee from Seattle who was having a bad day to scratch our viral video itch. Our video starts with a freedom-loving maskless individual trying to enter the store. He’s met with a masked employee with a baseball bat.
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Obviously like most viral videos, there is context missing here. The two combatants have their own sides to the story. The employee said the customer and his friend were asked to leave for not wearing masks and started to act like jerks. The customer says his friend pointed out that he was fully vaccinated and didn’t have to wear a mask, and the employee acted like a jerk. You’re free to draw your own conclusions about who was the dickweed here.
All I know is that I shop at my local Ace regularly with my fully vaccinated face free for all to see, and no one working there attacks me with a blunt object. They don’t even care about the lack of a face covering. They just point me to where the wood screws are. Maybe it’s a Seattle thing. They’re freaks there. And I can’t help but notice that, for a store with such a strict policy, Batman’s coworker was standing behind him with his mask down and a stupid look on his face.
Also, less newsy than a store holding onto the mask policies for as long as it can is how embarrassing this must be for Batman. He tried sucker-punching someone with a weapon and wound up on the ground while catching the other guy’s hands. If I still had a job, I wouldn’t be able to show my face there.
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