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Listen, Mr Iguana, you have to cover your nose and mouth with that bandana. That’s both for COVID-19 protection… and armed robbery of financial institutions.
(How ironic that a year ago, walking into a bank with a mask on would get multiple panic buttons pressed… and now, walking into a bank WITHOUT a mask on would get multiple panic buttons pressed.)