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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 17 Mar 20 1.18pm Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by rob1969


Some degree of rationing will have to be introduced to ensure that everyone gets basic necessities.
Worst case could end up with troops on street guarding stores etc.

I would like to see the Government pass a law making it acceptable to punch people you see hoarding supplies

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Mar 20 1.48pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

I would like to see the Government pass a law making it acceptable to punch people you see hoarding supplies

Iíve enjoyed looking at people after theyíve put entire boxes of products in their trolleys to wait for their reaction. One tw@t parked his extra large trolley at a basket only checkout because he didnít want to queue behind two people.

 


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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Mar 20 1.52pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by rob1969

People have two options - they either self isolate and impose some restrictions on their life themselves - or - if the situation still gets worse- they will be made - as in Spain and France - to stay home with the threat of prosecution for those who still refuse,
Some degree of rationing will have to be introduced to ensure that everyone gets basic necessities.
Worst case could end up with troops on street guarding stores etc.
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Hopefully will not be necessary but I wouldnít bet on it at the moment.

I hope the food production lines continue because in the EU the hygiene standards are high so will protect workers working amongst themselves. But only so much will fit on the lorries with the just in time logistics of supermarkets today. None of them have stockrooms thatíll hold much stock. They keep the cages from the last drop offs and send those back to central distribution centres once the next drop off is completed. It really is wheel cages of products off the lorry and into relevant aisles after closing at night, refill lorry with empty cages and drive back to central distribution centres.

Edited by Rudi Hedman (17 Mar 2020 1.54pm)

 


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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag Church of Fudge 17 Mar 20 2.19pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

I would like to see the Government pass a law making it acceptable to punch people you see hoarding supplies

Hallelujah. I'm amazed supermarkets aren't imposing rigorous limits on the amount of necessities that can be bought.

 


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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Mar 20 3.29pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by Cucking Funt

Hallelujah. I'm amazed supermarkets aren't imposing rigorous limits on the amount of necessities that can be bought.

They arenít because they donít want the customers to go to a rival and everything including the higher priced items and those not on offer are being bought out of stock. Even if they agreed between them all I bet they donít trust each other to stick to any agreement or (pretend) handshake. Lots of it will be thrown away so itís win win win win win win win all round. Theyíre secretly loving it while they send an email to online customers and put a token poster on the automatic doors nobody reads. If they made announcements over the tannoy in Sainsburyís, by their new face for Sainsburyís, Alan Carr, people might calm down, but the supermarkets simply wonít pass this opportunity to advantage from it. The shady side of capitalism. Is there a non shady side?

Edited by Rudi Hedman (17 Mar 2020 3.32pm)

 


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View HKOwen's Profile HKOwen Flag Hong Kong 17 Mar 20 3.47pm Send a Private Message to HKOwen Add HKOwen as a friend

A month ago in Hong Kong same thing exactly, nothing on shelves, price gouging and armed robbery of toilet paper.

Now shelves full and same will happen in UK. China now back at work so supply chain catching up.

Hoarders are generally cnuts who think they make make a few quid profiteering.

Good to see supermarkets having old and vulnerable shopping hours, they have to work out how to let a young, fit person shop on behalf of someone else.

It will pass but it's gonna be a rough journey.

 


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View kev64's Profile kev64 Flag Thorney, Cambs 17 Mar 20 6.32pm Send a Private Message to kev64 Add kev64 as a friend

Eventually there is only so much stuff people can hoard before they wake up to the fact that the supermarkets keep on getting restocked and they have spanked a months wages on toilet roll and penne.

I went to Tesco on the way into work this morning at 6:30 am before the locusts descended in search of baby wipes and bleach and got everything I needed.. apart from organic porridge.. seriously Iím the only f***er that ever buys it normally and now everyoneís eating it.

Edited by kev64 (17 Mar 2020 6.34pm)

 

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View bexleydave's Profile bexleydave Flag Barnehurst 17 Mar 20 7.15pm Send a Private Message to bexleydave Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add bexleydave as a friend

Originally posted by Philís Barber

I believe the crux of this is that the previous cases clearly show that the main vulnerable groups are the over 70ís and/or those with underlying health conditions. This being the case it is essential to minimise those likely to be affected due to the incalculable strain it will put on the NHS. If we do not mitigate the potential impact it will have on our hospitals and health service then it will fail at every level, not just for COVID-19 sufferers but for ALL NHS patients; Existing patients and future A&E patients, which could be you or I or indeed any of us, will also be casualties of this crisis.

Hospitalisation cases of COVID-19 are at 60% for the over 75ís compared to 8% for the under 50ís. That ratio just cannot be ignored. The Immune functions go down rather rapidly after age 75 also.

It will require drastic measures and action and whether it is ageist or discriminatory the facts speak for themselves and Have to be acted upon if we are to do what is necessary to minimise the impact on the NHS (and save lives) in the given circumstances.

You don't know me if you think you can get away without a link to the source of those stats. What are the figures for the missing 51 to 74 age group? A little bit of homework for you,

 


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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag Kent 17 Mar 20 7.37pm Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Originally posted by kev64

Eventually there is only so much stuff people can hoard before they wake up to the fact that the supermarkets keep on getting restocked and they have spanked a months wages on toilet roll and penne.

I went to Tesco on the way into work this morning at 6:30 am before the locusts descended in search of baby wipes and bleach and got everything I needed.. apart from organic porridge.. seriously Iím the only f***er that ever buys it normally and now everyoneís eating it.

Edited by kev64 (17 Mar 2020 6.34pm)

My heart goes out.

I'm a 'worker-outer' (Dad was a bodybuilder in the 60's so got it from him) and eat soup religiously for dinner to cut before the summer, usually feb/march - june/july. I am absolutely fuming that there is none on the shelves and have this image of half-wit chavs sitting at home spunking the benefits money they haven't spent on soup on f-ing McDonalds.

I really hope like some have said the supermarkets are fully stocked again soon if anything just to remind people how selfish and idiotic they are. I will survive and annoyed as I am I do fear for those in life who are far more vulnerable such as the elderly, those with caring responsibilities, disabilities etc.

We don't have to mine for toilet roll or drill for soup, it is not a rare commodity, they will produce more you selfish f**Ks!!

 


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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Mar 20 8.27pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Are they buying all the tinned soup? I buy the fresh.

Can you buy porridge oats? I eat oats every day raw with cold milk.

 


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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 18 Mar 20 6.20am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Nicholas91

My heart goes out.

I'm a 'worker-outer' and eat soup religiously for dinner to cut before the summer, usually feb/march - june/july. I am absolutely fuming that there is none on the shelves and have this image of half-wit chavs sitting at home spunking the benefits money they haven't spent on soup on f-ing McDonalds.

Make it yourself rather than eat tinned shyte. I had soup last night which took me about half an hour to make and I know that it had no preservatives, artificial colouring or any other crap in it and consited of just fresh ingredients

 

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View JRW2's Profile JRW2 Flag Dulwich 18 Mar 20 9.04am Send a Private Message to JRW2 Add JRW2 as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Make it yourself rather than eat tinned shyte. I had soup last night which took me about half an hour to make and I know that it had no preservatives, artificial colouring or any other crap in it and consited of just fresh ingredients

Yes, making up a big batch of soup and bagging it up for the freezer is a great therapeutic activity for those of us stuck at home. And much better for us.

 

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