Our Masks Will Be the Physical Artifacts of This Time

I’m hanging on to mine.

My Medium colleague Susan Orlean has written, movingly, about the unexpected pleasure of wearing masks during the pandemic, and I get it. I have never understood, regardless of one’s political persuasion or propensity to get immediately aggrieved, what exactly is so terrible about wearing a mask in the first place. They’ve made them…

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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I write about these tumultuous times 3x a week. Author of five books, including “How Lucky.” NYMag/MLB.. Founder, Deadspin. https://williamfleitch.substack.com

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