A student joined me in the elevator last Friday, and midway to the ground floor had the audacity to open his mouth. At least I presume he opened his mouth, since his lips were naturally hidden behind a mask. They must have moved, because they formed words. It requires some audacity to break the silence of an elevator under any conditions, and more was required of this young man last Friday. Under the Covid Regime, elevator etiquette requires every elevator rider to pretend that he is holding his pestilential breath.
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