Look at this ...you should all be ashamed ...... the fucking parasitical mentality of the lower rung of humanity .........you are just fucking greedy pricks ........we would not be in this mess...... if you fuckers respected life........ but you don't we are in this mess because of meat .......and people disregard for life ........what a pitiful display of humanity ........ you should hang your heads in shame........ but you fuckers ........ ain't got no shame ...not even a gram of self respect ......
you must be some shite parents..... at their lowest level ....feel sorry for your kids ....... they are going to follow your path of insanity .......insecurity ......... disrespect for others .........and keep ....... fucking up the planet .......i am embarrassed to be in the same gene pool as these cunts .....
Store shelves around the country are empty
If you’ve been inside a store recently, none of this is going to come as a complete shock — there is literally (said in a Chris Traeger voice) nothing in stock. As COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly across the US (despite Trump calling it a hoax), people have been (understandably) stocking up on necessities but the outcome looks like something out of a horror film.
People from across the country are sharing pictures of empty shelves and grocery aisles and they are a sobering reminder of what is happening as the threat of this virus becomes more real by the hour. Early on, it seemed people were buying popular products like Clorox wipes and hand sanitizer in bulk but as time has gone on, it’s moved to things like toilet paper, canned goods, and other items with longer shelf lives.
“The first pic is of the disinfectant wipe section; I filled it yesterday when our delivery came in and it sold out in a couple hours,” one woman posted in part on Instagram next to an empty shelf of sanitizers.
“It’s not easy,” Jeffery Barnette, store director at the Steelyard Target told Cleveland.com. “We have people waiting at open.” I spoke with a woman at a Target in Minnesota yesterday who told me she was at a local Costco earlier in the day and there were at least 1,000 people waiting for the doors to open.
The fear of a possible quarantine is very real as schools and universities across the country close and as cases increase, being told to self-quarantine if we’ve been around someone who has tested positive. With test kits still not remotely meeting the demand of those needed, many others are choosing this option because it’s difficult to know if we’ve been in contact with someone when so very few have actually been tested.
Some stores are putting much-needed limits on stocking piling items.
Many are understandably frustrated at the hoarding that is happening by some, as these staples are needed for everyone to stay safe — especially those in the elderly community and those who are immunocompromised. Most of us are following an appropriate buying level with this in mind, but many others are not. “When people are told something dangerous is coming, but all you need to do is wash your hands, the action doesn’t seem proportionate to the threat,” clinical psychologist Steven Taylor told CNN. “Special danger needs special precautions.”
If you see a stock clerk at your local store, give them a virtual high-five. They are the real heroes here.