Honest question, have you been out in pubic lately? The only place I have been where I wasn't within 10 feet of somebody is my car, this includes parks, stores and getting food.
Also there is no chance I am sitting in the sun for 3 plus hours with a mask on (ZERO Chance)
Going out in pubic is against the law. (Sorry, couldn't resist.)
After a two-month furlough I returned to working full time beginning May 18, in a job in which it is necessary for me to be within 2 feet of people. These people are screened before I encounter them and are turned away if they are symptomatic or have been exposed. Everyone, both fellow employees and the people we serve, is required to be masked, no exceptions. I have had little to no trouble staying 6-10 feet away from people in parks, stores, and getting food. If you are consistently closer than that in those situations it seems to me you are making little to no effort to avoid that.
I don't particularly like wearing a mask but I have found it's an inconvenience at worst and it has not been difficult getting used to wearing one. It's not dissimilar to when I chose to get used to wearing a seat belt in the early '80's. I feel that wearing a mask is the least one can do out of common courtesy to show consideration for one's fellow human beings, even while sitting in the sun for 3 plus hours. This is especially true in places where people are not screened for symptoms or possible exposure. I don't understand why anyone should angry about wearing one. (To be clear, I'm not saying you are angry but I am asking if you are. And, honest question, if so, why?)