I haven't worn a mask since it was made mandatory last month. Up until now, I haven't been challenged once (I tell a lie, the local Post Office has a sandwich bar and the woman serving behind asked, I said I was exempt and everything was fine). I went to a Bolton Car Parts place today for some brake calipers. I've been there several times during lockdown and after. I walked in. The counter space is divided by means of an office partition screen and the counter means the staff are at least 1.5m away, probably more. ME: 'I need a price on a couple of brake calipers' ASST: 'Where's your mask' (in a friendly enough, sort of apologetic voice) ME: 'I don't need one' ASST: (shocked that I'd said this)' Well I can't serve you then.(in an aggresive manner) I started to turn and leave. ASST: 'You'll have to stand outside the door' ME: 'Fine' He then gets on the computer and looks up the parts and gives me a price. While he's doing this, I think he's recognised how aggressive he must have sounded, because his manner now is much more 'sociable'. He gives me a price and said he could get them in for Monday lunchtime. I already knew how much I could get them for online, but I'd rather pay a bit more and be able to see they're the right part, rather than have the faff of sending them back and starting again from scratch. I said I'd think about it. While he had been serving me I had formulated what I was going to ask before I left. ME: Is this company privately owned or part of a multi-national? ASST: 'It's privately owned, there's a few owners'. ME: 'The reason I ask is because I need to speak to them. I need to inform them the whole COVID19 thing is a hoax. It's a hoax to bring in totalitarianism.' I then went on to explain about Simon Dolan, Keep Britain Free, the judicial review, the Berlin March, the Trafalger Sq meet on the 29th August. I could tell all three of the staff didn't have a clue what I was talking about, apart from possibly affirming what they already felt....that something's not right. I left and I hoped at least one of them Googled Keep Britain Free, if only to ridicule me as a 'nutter'. I don't really care as long as they see another side to this story which challenges the ridiculous official narrative. As it is, I called them back an hour later to arrange ordering them. The guy who served me was nice as pie. I even got a little discount on the price. I'm glad the WHO's psyop failed. Instead of accentuating the 'divide' between believers and deniers, I think I may have sown a few seeds. Who knows? But I'm glad I kept my cool and let the passion come through the message I delivered at the end.