I understand. He provokes others, then doesn’t know why others retaliate against him.
From what I’ve read “/s” signifies I was being sarcastic.
It’s fine as long as they got the information from an MD or scientist. However I’ll pass, if it came from anyone else. There are far too many people that are making things worse by spreading misinformation. For example,there have been reports of wiping your face with bleach, or drinking “cleaning” alcohol as preventative measures. People have been blinded and killed by these methods.
In today’s culture that’s not allowed. Even if they incite the incident, the victim is never to be blamed.
Just trying not to be another statistic.
According to our “culture”, natural consequences aren’t allowed. Just because someone else provokes us, we’re not allowed to retaliate.
I wish I could isolate.
I’m “essential” and working a base of 12 hr shifts, 6 days/week. I have a bag packed in case my relief has a temp over 99.4f. We take temps at the door. We’ve had 6 employees go into quarantine so far.
When I get off duty, I call my neighbors to help with their grocery needs before going home. I use mask/gloves in stores.
When dropping off groceries, I put cloth bag on floor then knock on neighbor’s door. They remove food from bag, then I take bag to be washed before next trip.
I also thought the entire scribble needed to be part of the drawing. There are entire sections missing from the lion.
The ONLY people I listen to for medical information have MD or RN after their name. Even then I get second opinions if I question their validity.
I agree, mostly I was referring to the ones that are ignoring the lights. Stopping at a parts store is a basic step instead of ignoring it.
By all means, find someone you can trust to do the actual work. As with most industries, there are varying levels of quality. The “quick oil change places” are the “Mcdonalds” of the auto repair business. It’s quick and does basic stuff ok, but I wouldn’t want to trust them with anything important.
Mechanics love charging the “idiots” that ignore that light. What could start as a minor warning can quickly turn into a major issue. A low oil pressure warning can become an engine seizing, Many auto parts stores will check the “Code” for free to see if it’s something you can fix quickly, or if it’s a major disaster approaching.