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Saying "Mask doesn't help when it comes to COVID 19" is like saying ...."?

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hmmmmmm's avatar

“Someone stole my bellybutton.”

rockfan's avatar

It’s like saying seatbelts shouldn’t be a thing because 1% of people wearing seatbelts during a crash get strangled by the belt.

May be a bad analogy, thought of it on the spot. There are some people who actually don’t wear seatbelts because of this statistic

Jeruba's avatar

…brakes don’t help when it comes to stopping a car.

Because, you know, it’ll stop by itself eventually.

Brian1946's avatar

…windshields don’t stop the wind from entering the front of a car’s passenger compartment.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Space suits not required on surface of the Moon !

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gorillapaws's avatar

…You should use both sides of toilet paper.

Strauss's avatar

These are still good, even though they’re open at both ends.

Kardamom's avatar

Wearing pants doesn’t help to keep the piss off other people when you lose control of your bladder in public.

Love_my_doggie's avatar

Condoms don’t prevent pregnancies or the spread of disease.

RocketGuy's avatar

Flu shots don’t help because people will still get the Flu

flo's avatar

Great posts. I heard that from supposedly medical professionals like one from Sweden on Tuesday, Sep. 22/20, not quacks and conspiracy theorists, “it was made in a lab” etc.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

@flo
What kind of medical professionals ? ?

Here’s what understand to be the truth. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/nine-covid-19-myths-that-just-wont-go-away/ anything else is bogus conspiracy theory. Including two Swedes

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