Two uncomfortable social experiences

Dr. John Reizer

October 2020

A person I know entered a little pub/restaurant in my community. He wasn’t wearing a facemask. Everyone in the dining establishment had the face diapers securely strapped in place.

The pub’s manager rushed over to the maskless guy and demanded he put a mask on his face. The guy without a mask protested while practically every person in the dining room watched the confrontation.

He couldn’t see their faces, but the guy who wasn’t wearing the mask could see the other patrons watching the discussion between the manager and him while shaking their heads in disgust.

“Put on a mask, idiot,” someone yelled out. The maskless one couldn’t tell who had made the nasty verbal request because everyone had their mouths hidden behind a cloth.

The guy without the mask refused to take hold of the face mask that the manager had offered him.

“If you don’t put it on, you’re not getting served,” the manager explained.

The maskless guy conceded and walked out of the pub, and as he did, cheers and clapping could be heard.

May 2022

A person I know entered the same little pub/restaurant he’d been thrown out of nineteen months prior for not wearing a facemask. This time the guy entered the establishment prepared for the experience. He was wearing an N95 facemask. No one else in the restaurant wore a mask.

Some of the patrons in the building were staring at the guy. He observed a few people pointing and laughing at him. This time the manager didn’t rush over to him.

The guy wearing a mask sat at the bar. After a few moments the bartender approached and asked him what he wanted.

“I’ll have a Guinness,” the guy replied.

The bartender frowned as he struggled to understand the masked guy’s request. “Can you take the mask off? I can’t hear you!”

Other people sitting at the bar were laughing.

“Hey, buddy, the pandemic is over. You can lose the mask.” The others sitting at the bar were all laughing and shaking their heads.

The guy wearing the face mask left the bar and exited the pub. As he walked out of the building, cheers and clapping could be heard.


Target List Production – Picture of the Day!

May 13, 2022

MJ Palo in the Director’s Chair

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2 thoughts on “Two uncomfortable social experiences

  1. lhakes12 May 13, 2022 / 11:15 am

    Two sides of the coin of brainwashing the public! Where the popular perception of the matter is turned over!

    What interesting but painful experiences for your acquaintance, John!

    (And what a lovely photo of the produced, writer, director MJ Palo of the “Target List”.)


    • Dr. John Reizer May 13, 2022 / 12:24 pm

      It’s amazing, Lisa, how people can be influenced through a psyop to follow something ridiculous.


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