Let’s think. Why would hairdressers, massage therapists and tattoo parlors be opening among the select few non essential businesses in Georgia today? Let’s see–they all consist of touching, so–either he has it in for these people, or it’s follow the money. Surely not!
- He could be buddies with the owner of one or all of these places (or he or his family own one or a string of them?)
- He could be a misogynist, out to get primpy women
- He could want to get rid of the part of society that flocks to tattoo shops
- He may be super religious and has massage therapists confused with massage parlors for sex. Sorry, I don’t live in Georgia, and am really looking at the problem from a logical, not political, point of view. But even politically? Suggestions welcome. OH–Maybe he figures many won’t want to go to these, and he can avoid protests!