It's not about "demanding" that they accept they are wrong, it's about offering evidence.the other side might be wrong on some things, but demanding they accept they are wrong and being emotional about it, is not going to change anything.
not yet published, but there is evidence that loud talkers may be greater spreaders than those who are not. Maybe the real moral is that ”we” (not picking on anyone) are too noisy and just need to talk a little less. 😁I really don't want to convince someone that they are wrong (couldn't anyway). I don't care if they don't wear a mask as long as they stay 20 feet away, don't breathe in my direction and keep their mouth shut. No talking! Problem solved.
End of Story.“North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum became emotional Friday as he pleaded with residents not to divide themselves over mask wearing amid the coronavirus pandemic or shame those who choose to wear masks, but to instead be empathetic.
"I would really love to see in North Dakota that we could just skip this thing that other parts of the nation are going through, where they're creating a divide -- either it's ideological or political or something -- around mask versus no mask," Burgum, a Republican, said during a news conference Friday in Bismarck. "This is a, I would say, senseless dividing line."
He urged people to "try to dial up your empathy and your understanding."
"If someone is wearing a mask, they're not doing it to represent what political party they're in or what candidates they support," he said as his voice began to waver. "They might be doing it because they've got a 5-year-old child who's been going through cancer treatments. They might have vulnerable adults in their life, who currently have Covid and they're fighting."
Burgum argued that if somebody wants to wears a mask, there should be no shaming.
"You should look at them and say that person's wearing a mask because for them, there's additional risk in their life," he added.”
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum became emotional Friday as he pleaded with residents not to divide themselves over mask wearing amid the coronavirus pandemic or shame those who choose towww.stltoday.com