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Kid who survived fidget spinner shortage of 2017 says '2020 is nothing'

Nashville, TN - Billy Plumber, an 11-year old from Nashville, turned to Facebook on Thursday to inspire his community and put a definitive end to the fighting and divisive mask controversy.

Plumber wrote on a local community group page, "Listen, everyone. My name is Billy and I survived the fidget spinner shortage of 2017. 2020 is nothing! Just wear your masks and stop the fighting, OK? We can do this!... I have spoken."

It is too soon to tell if Billy's message of hope will be enough to unite the entire Middle Tennessee community, but early indications suggest there is still more work to be done.

One man commented, "Grow up, Billy Goat. Quit being a sheep. So glad you can't vote in November."

A woman wrote, "Good one, you little lib. Now, go back to playing with your little fidget widgets and let the adults figure this out."

Several other comments were unfit to print and have since been deleted by page administrators.

Inquisitor Nashville reached out to Billy for further comment but was informed he was busy fighting Khotun Khanin in Ghost of Tsushima. It is unclear what that means.

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