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Date Posted: 19:53:31 07/22/20 Wed
Author: Who4m1
Subject: What you all say here is just so true
In reply to: Shadow086 's message, "That's the most frustrating part..." on 17:15:20 07/15/20 Wed

I mean, it was kind of a funny situation 2 days ago when I needed to write a minor exam. When at a small meeting outside one or two people take a walk just so that we don't stay in a group to big and when there are actually security men there to desinfect your hands. Of course, it is not that funny to write 3 hours with a mask on your face. But hey, guees what, thanks to good organization I actually felt kind of safe to be there.
I also sense risk of people getting a little bit too unhibited. Sometimes even in my social environment.

But I'm really glad that I am mostly around responsible people and feel that for those that are responsible, but not so lucky.

And it's a nice feeling that you only need to remind most of the people around you of the necassary precautions and that most of them will do it for you, too, if you forget.
However, that is for most of the people I deal with.
(When I deal with anybody at all, because naturally I mostly stay at home.)
There are enough bad examples around here, too. I just hope that their impact will not be to high.
My situation is still good at the moment
(under these circumstances and comparing to others that have it worse, because I honestly hate the lack of social interaction and regret many of the disadvantages of the situation). So I'll try to stay focused on the positive.

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