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  1. Bravo! Thank you Eric and ETHS Board, I didn’t think you had it in ya. And for those opposed: permanent masking in the schools was the abusive and inhumane destination of this sleepwalk. Reimagine your school years: would-be boyfriends, girlfriends, or just plain friends that would have been merely a pair of eyes and a surgical mask. Those important relationships never would have happened. I want to see young people hugging, kissing, and deeply inhaling each other’s pheromones. These are the elements of teenage social development nobody wants to talk about but social distancing is, and always was, toxic to teens. You don’t get somethin, for nothin’ in this world. The CDC has treated all of us like diseased farm animals since the beginning: separating us, and providing for food (open grocery stores while the schools were closed) and shelter (barring landlords from collecting rent) but nothing more. We are not farm animals. Are we?