Friday, May 29, 2020


Via Neill Via J
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Sharing from a friend:

My daughter. 19 yrs old. Healthy. Frontline worker at a huge grocery store chain. Started feeling sick about two weeks ago. Side and back pain. Nausea.. Chest pain. Primary doc sent her for chest x-ray.. Something "lit up" on right side. Sent for MRI. Cat scan. Ultra sound of back and abdomen areas..NOTHING.. While at work was unable to breathe. Chest pain. Rushed to e.r. quarantined. Tested for covid. Young. By herself because no one can be with her. Turns out its pleurisy.. An inflection of the outside of the lining of the lungs. They basically tell her.. It's because she has been wearing a mask for over 8 hours a day 5-6 days a week. Breathing in her own bacteria. Carbon dioxide.. Caused an infection. And now she is in severe pain. Has to be off work with no pay.. But you wont see that on social media! She's 19. Healthy. And now is bed bound and struggling to breathe. Antibiotics. Steroids. Breathing treatments.
(Jennifer Brown)

Neill Payne Extended mask wearing will cause bradypnea or decreased breathing. That has these problems associated with it.
"Bradypnea complications
Blood oxygenation occurs mainly during respiration, so when our breathing decreases so does our level of blood oxyge
nation. This may lead to the following conditions:

Hypoxemia: The condition in which there is an insufficiency in the delivery of oxygen in the blood.
Hypercapnia: The condition in which there is an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood.
Respiratory acidosis: A state characterized by a disproportionate level of the acid-base balance causes alveolar hypoventilation.
These conditions can lead to increased episodes of fainting spells and heart problems. A compromised respiratory system associated with bradypnea can be life threatening and potentially cause damage to other organs and tissues. In most severe cases of bradypnea, sudden death or cardiac arrest may occur."


  1. Yes....wearing the same mask for LONG periods of time can definitely increase the risk of pulmonary infections. Especially if people wear them day after day without washing them. In least up until this Plannedemic....we used disposable masks that we discarded and replaced regularly during the day. Now with the "shortages" many facilities are requiring employees to wear the same mask ALL day....and in the case of N95 masks several days. I doubt anyone is studying this to see if it's having any effect on the health of workers. Hospital bean counters and admins are notorious for NOT wanting to know the truth.

  2. I had to go to the local "big city" to do some shopping. They have a mandatory mask law.

    The two kids went with me. Both had masks on with "F U MASK NAZIS". I had a bandana that, once I got in, I pulled down. Had one person mention it, and I replied "Mayor Mussolini can kiss my ass... I need to breath"!