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I've just had to do the weekly shop in Asda. As you walk in, you get told 3 of everything, except kitchen towel and bog rolls where it's one each. Family of two elderly parents and three adult children all turn up together, all grab a trolley and a 24 pack of toilet roll each, then left, bragging how they'd beaten the system. 

People suck, they really do. 

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Just been in the smaller of the two Tesco in Lincoln. Things were pretty much in stock apart from loo roll and pet food. Did see one guy at the till getting told by the checkout girl that he couldn't

I'll eventually work through all the messages but I'm safe. Thanks folks. I'm still an absolute mess but safe all the same. 

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They will be selling most of that out the back of their car later, too.

The state will need to get involved if this goes on much longer.  There is plenty of food and supplies for everyone, this is entirely an artificial crisis created by people's terrible selfish behaviour.  If we can't act like adults, the state needs to intervene.  Again.  And I mean ration books.

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Just been in the smaller of the two Tesco in Lincoln. Things were pretty much in stock apart from loo roll and pet food. Did see one guy at the till getting told by the checkout girl that he couldn't have more than 3 of each thing. His reply of "Its my money I will spend it on what I want" she just pressed the light, security came over and he was told he couldn't have more than 3 of each thing, again he gave the same reply. They simply took his trolley and told him he could have none of each thing and that he was banned from all Tesco's in Lincoln. They then escorted him from the shop. 

Moral of the story, don't be a bellend. 

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27 minutes ago, Loki said:

They will be selling most of that out the back of their car later, too.

The state will need to get involved if this goes on much longer.  There is plenty of food and supplies for everyone, this is entirely an artificial crisis created by people's terrible selfish behaviour.  If we can't act like adults, the state needs to intervene.  Again.  And I mean ration books.

Thats what will happen, by all accounts if the media are to be believed (yeah i know) pubs in london where full last night before the shut down......People will continue to act like bell ends until they are forced to stop. 

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In a time when civil liberties are well bedded in, most people just take such things for granted. Unfortunately, we’re living in a time when those that do take it for granted just cannot be told. It doesn’t matter what, but if someone or something such as a government tells them something, no matter how much for their own good that advice is, they’ll rebel just because it’s their default reaction.

The “I know best” mentality that exists right now (and let’s face it, for the past few years) disgusts me. And I include my in-laws in that, who have insisted on going to every supermarket in town every day this week despite being 68 and 75 and many attempts from to remind them.

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1 hour ago, Loki said:

They will be selling most of that out the back of their car later, too.

The state will need to get involved if this goes on much longer.  There is plenty of food and supplies for everyone, this is entirely an artificial crisis created by people's terrible selfish behaviour.  If we can't act like adults, the state needs to intervene.  Again.  And I mean ration books.

Agreed.

I generally hate the idea of the state having to sit the public in the naughty corner but many people (not all obviously) have shown that they just can't be fucking relied on to be sensible.

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On 3/19/2020 at 5:21 PM, LaGoosh said:

I've been sent home from work and can't work from home so I have literally nothing to do. That combined with the general atmosphere of London and the girlfriend working from home in the living room so I'm essentially stuck in the bedroom most the day...I'm climbing the fucking walls and it's only day 2. 

On 7/27/2018 at 6:38 PM, LaGoosh said:

People who live in the countryside. It's rubbish. Absolutely amazing for a short holiday or a long weekend but no idea why anyone would live there.There's nothing to do. And you're missing out on all the amazing culture that a major city can provide on a daily basis.

  One more for the racists.

 

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I went to the corner shop for milk this morning and there were three old lads with baskets full of booze. Wasn't even 8am. Think they're the sort who pub closures will hit. Not just booze but company. 

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4 minutes ago, tiger_rick said:

I went to the corner shop for milk this morning and there were three old lads with baskets full of booze. Wasn't even 8am. Think they're the sort who pub closures will hit. Not just booze but company. 

I was thinking the same last night. Ever pub has at least a couple of old boys who use the pub as their escape from their home, whether that’s because they are lonely or just because that’s all they know. With them closed, what are they going to do?

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We’re going to be seeing 1000 deaths a day by May.  I think we all know what’s going to happen to them.

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2 minutes ago, Loki said:

We’re going to be seeing 1000 deaths a day by May.  I think we all know what’s going to happen to them.

They’ll all mistakenly think they’re being nominated for ghost of the year?

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