字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -And finally with everything going on in the world, people are sharing a lot of information on how to stay safe. It can all get very confusing, so here to answer some questions is the President of American Guidelines, Mr. Nelson Fleming. Mr. Nelson Fleming, thank you so much for joining us. -Great to be here, Jimmy. -There's a lot of different information out there about being safe during this time. Can you help us sort it out? -Sure thing. While protesting, it is recommended and/or required that all people, with some exceptions, wear facial coverings over their nose and mouth. If you're an essential worker, you may or may not have to wear a face mask while also shielding your eyes. Gloves are not mandatory but certain areas may require you to wear them, depending on whether your eyes are shielded or only your face. And of course, it is important to remain six feet apart from other people, unless it isn't, but staying 20 feet apart is ideal but six feet or not is also recommended. -Okay, sorry, wait a minute. So let me get this straight. You're allowed to leave your home to go protest, but while protesting, you should wear a mask, maybe gloves, and try to keep your distance from other people? -Well, that depends on what state you're in. In parts of California, masks are not required while exercising and technically protesting is marching, which is a form of exercise. You can check your Apple watch to see if you're exercising, unless you're wearing gloves. -Wait, wait, wait. Sorry, can you slow down a bit? -Sure thing. If you're in Arkansas and not eating, you must wear a mask. But if you're in Virginia and under 10, you don't have to. If you're an essential worker, you may be required to wear a mask no matter where you are, unless you're under 10, in which case, you should not be an essential worker. Also, it doesn't only depend on what state you're in geographically, but what state you're in mentally. Are you in a state of thinking that justice is your priority? Or are you in a state of thinking health is your priority? And is there really a difference? -I'm sorry, this just all seems so confusing. -It does, doesn't it? I understand that this is a lot of information, which is why I designed this chart. It's very simple. First you must ask the question, "Am I going to protest?" If yes, you move down here to this Venn diagram. Then, all the states, mental, geographical, and matter, meaning solids, liquids, and gasses, are color-coded right down here. After that, you head to this line graph that measures the number of protesters with zone temperatures. And if you're over 40, this chart doesn't apply to you. You're going to want to look at this chart and start all over from the beginning. So if that's confusing, we also have this, which is technically a chart that walks you through all of the other charts. And for that, you're just gonna need 300 pieces of paper and a hole punch. And then of course, failing that, there's this. -What is that? -This shows an interdimensional relationship between the charts and the binder. It's pretty self-explanatory now. -Well, thank you for being on the show. And if you're protesting, be safe out there. -You be safe in there, Jimmy.