What Your Mask Says About You (or how to judge a face by its cover)


See more @ The New Yorker (April 12, 2021): “What Your Mask Says About You (How to judge a face by its cover. Barry Blitt, a cartoonist and an illustrator, has contributed to The New Yorker since 1992. In 2020, he won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning.April 12, 2021

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  1. Thanks for my smile, David…..I should get one of each?🙂

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  2. yes we well I need humour as well … smiles your way David for a joyful evening ☺️💫

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  3. These are funny, but what’s not funny and something I worry about is that young children can’t read their parents’ facial expressions when they are out in a place where masks are required. A lot of behavioural cues and emotional expressions are masked at those times.

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  4. Relax... says:

    *Rand Paul* lol

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  5. i spend my days with the 3 and 4 yeqr olds and they are so much better about wearing masks, without complaint, than many adults.

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  6. Funny! But a part of me wants to know the nitty gritty psychological stuff behind the choices we make. Thanks Dave!
    Tomorrow we venture out to pick up our second adopted welsh terrier. We returned the first one ( who was so sweet with humans but reactive to dogs …including our old Teddy). Life is so much easier and better with one. But if you have the outdoor space, and space in your heart, it seems to make sense to fill it more.

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  7. So…which one is yours?

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  8. Darth Vadar.

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  9. Nothing for us CanAmericans, David! 😉

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  10. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    So very interesting!! … “What Your Mask Says About You (How to judge a face by its cover. Barry Blitt, a cartoonist and an illustrator, has contributed to The New Yorker since 1992.”

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