Nikkers1416 t1_jdt4qe4 wrote

So you've had a direct COVID exposure for a week and decided to spread that to a club full of people and this nice man.


Nikkers1416 t1_iy9p4uy wrote

So with one option you have families who'd have to park in the parking lots (that are already there) and walk a little further to their picnic spots with the Ohio loop closed to cars. And with the other, you have people (of all races) literally dying. Okay, yeah though toss up for sure.

It was blocked to cars through much of the COVID lockdown and I saw plenty of people having cookouts.


Nikkers1416 t1_iy6527a wrote

British firefighters can't have beards either.

>Can I be a firefighter if I have a beard? > >There are health and safety reasons why facial hair below the top lip cannot be accepted. As a Firefighter you will be required to wear a facemask when you are wearing breathing apparatus. To ensure that the facemask forms a seal around the face, it is necessary to keep the face shaven to prevent any dangerous airborne chemicals entering the facemask. Fire services work closely with the manufacturers of the equipment to look for new ways of overcoming the issues with facial hair, however an acceptable alternative that would meet health and safety requirements, has not yet been found.


Nikkers1416 t1_itsaeav wrote

This happened to me as well, for the Pride parade this year. I had looked up the parade route and obviously didn't park there, but I got home the night before the parade (pretty late, around 11pm) and parked on my street as normal. There were no signs posted and everyone was parked on both sides, also as normal. In the morning, I woke up to a ton of beeping from the tow trucks moving my whole street of cars. Luckily they hadn't lost my vehicle, but I did get a ticket for parking in an "emergency no parking zone" and another one for the relocation fee. $150 all in. I contested and they rejected, so good luck. :(