This is Fern Remedi-Brown from Malden.
She’s a “senior lecturer” at BU, an instructor at Northeastern, and a former Bentley employee.
In other words, people like her are why tuition rates are so high, and why dumb 18 year olds naively sign themselves up for 20 years of debt.
Fern recently went for a bike ride at Fellsmore Pond In Malden and went full Karen on not one, not two, but three people, and then quickly ran to a community Facebook group to brag about being terrible.
Oh. My. God.
How will she ever survive? Thank God she survived this harrowing experience.
First she intentionally walked up to a guy (gasp) walking his dog, and confronted him about why he wasn’t wearing a mask in case someone like her came up and got in his face over not wearing a mask.
Then she interrupted someone’s morning exercise because they breathing heavily due to the fact that they were jogging, and demanded to know why they didn’t put a piece of fabric over their face and smother themselves some more.
Finally person #3 was attempting to get out of the house, breathe in some fresh air, and enjoy a Saturday walk around the pond, when suddenly she was accosted by a short haired woman with a hyphenated last name who accosted her and lectured her about the importance of using condoms. She told Karen that she’s been married for 30 years so the idea of having sex was foreign to her anyway.
Fern is the kind of woman who wears a mask for the sole purpose of virtue signaling, which is why she feels the need to take selfies while doing basic errands and posting them on Facebook for likes.
That’s all masks are at this point – a status symbol for woke white suburban women.
If you wear a mask while exercising that is your right, but just know that you look like a fucking idiot and everyone with a brain is laughing at you. You might as well cover yourself in bubble wrap. You have reached that level of crazy.
What’s really crazy is that people like this are taken seriously instead of being mocked relentlessly for being so comical.
“You disagree with my need to have a virus-free environment.”
That’s not how air works stupid. Fresh air and sunlight kills the virus. It doesn’t transmit outdoors. The idea that you can catch a deadly virus by walking by someone 5 feet away from you makes my brain hurt. Viruses don’t just sit in place. That’s not how science works.
But she reveals her ultimate goal there – she wants everyone else to conform to her irrational delusions, rather than just staying home. She does have the option to stay home, but she chooses to venture out into the world because that’s what we do. We take chances.
None of that matters to Fern though because she “thinks that the breath travels.”
Ya got that? When you’re running and you breath out the air with the virus stands in place and waits for her to ride by and get it, even though she’s wearing a mask that’s supposed to prevent her from getting the virus. When someone is running with a mask on they don’t breath at all though. Literally no particles get into the atmosphere at all because you strapped a bandana around your mouth like Antifa.
Nevertheless, anyone who suggests the very rational advice that she could just stay home is being cruel.
Smothering yourself with a rag while exercising in order to make Fern feel better about herself isn’t cruel at all though.
Then again, this is the same kind of person who thinks the biggest problem facing this country right now isn’t COVID, it’s imaginary racism against Asian people.
Calm down Karen.
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