Mask It Or Casket

Skull In Medical Mask And Bones. Novel Coronavirus. 2019-nCoV. Concept Of Deadly Coronavirus Epidemic. 3D Illustration.

Canadian Jerry Steinberg coined the “mask it or casket” slogan in response to the selfishness and apparent ignorance of the people who refuse to wear masks.

It’s a shame he didn’t share that bar with Eminem who could have used it in the single, The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady. This sentiment echoes some verses rapped by Eminem on the track The Adventures of Moonman and Slim Shady:

“Bunch of halfwits up in office. Half of us walking around like a zombie apocalypse. Other half are just pissed off and don’t want to wear a mask and they’re just scoffin’. And that’s how you end up catchin’ the shit off ’em.

“I just used the same basket as you shoppin’, now I’m in a fuckin’ casket from you coughin’.”

Eminem
now I’m in a fuckin’ casket!”

On the topic of caskets, Eminem’s friend Proof, who supposedly died in 2006 ( https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/d12-rapper-proof-fatally-shot-97200/ ) might not be in one.

I received an email tip this morning suggesting that Eminem’s former right-hand man is not only alive, but is apparently doing quite well as Ruste Juxx:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruste_Juxx

Ruste’s latest track

The individual that sent me this information posited that this track, like Eminem’s music, tends to reinforce the dominant psyops of the day.

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By TIM OZMAN

Editor in chief of the Flat Earth Report Host of the Flat Earth Report podcast Tim Ozman has been at the cutting edge of conspiracy analysis and mainstream media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a number of publicity stunts, performance art events, and a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

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