It doesn't make any sense to wear a mask in an uncrowded situation. Played yesterday, 4 of us and no one around except the guys behind us (we went off first at 6:20 am). I'd actually prefer Trump to take a week off and play golf and avoid twitter. Stress reliever.
When responsible media does an in-depth article, I see it sourced from 50 different sources when they can't be named for fear of retribution - when 50 people are saying the same or similar facts, I'll give it crediibility based on their past articles and reputation.
It's a very sad situation - I want to go to Mavs Games - I have a half-season tickets for 2 and Cuban may owe some money - one reason they haven't canceled the season.
On the first amendment, limitations do exist. And Washington crossed the Delaware during a pandemic before we were a Country. :)
I don't agree with you, but I understand what you are saying.
If they could limit the infection to themselves, that's fine. When they let themselves loose upon the general public without taking precautions, I've got problems with their behavior. A free society runs both ways. I've heard of...
I understand. But I also understand a Church (or any institution, let's say 70k in a football stadium) does not have the right to endanger the general public.
Being free to choose does not mean, I don't think, that you can endanger public safety. Isn't that a balance? You can choose to attend...
Well, readiing an article on it, the Church was, after a delay, given the right to conduct drive-in services. I can see the City's side - Churches have had outbreaks and this was in a city of only 8,000. Imagine the spread if no distancing or masks in a small city.