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    How are we all feeling today?

    Posted by Howzatter on 23/3/2020, 9:48:47

    For me I'm pissed off with my elderly parents still going out to the shops my mum even went to Church yesterday, they ain't taking the right precautions.

    But then my dad made a good point he said he noticed in the big supermarkets nobody is wiping these self service checkout screens down which are manned by 1 person while only a handful of tils are open.

    The good news is my parents are well stocked up on most things.

    I think on a whole people are still risking it and making trips they shouldn't do.

    Everything else is becoming locked down but them bloody supermarkets with the germ hotspots on the trolleys and baskets and close contact throughout.

      Re: How are we all feeling today?

      Posted by The Outsider on 23/3/2020, 10:37:57, in reply to "How are we all feeling today?"

      I always have a load of gloves from Tesco garage in my car. Always use them when filling up as your hands stink afterwards if you donít. I now use them whenever I carry a basket or push a trolley in a shop. If I am only buying a few items I avoid using a basket or trolley.

        Re: How are we all feeling today?

        Posted by Nearly a Genius on 23/3/2020, 10:13:30, in reply to "How are we all feeling today?"

        I thought churches were closed to the public, with services being streamed or otherwise broadcast.


        The main trouble with supermarkets is people with loadsamoney, a car and huge freezers emptying the shelves before those without can get there.

          Re: How are we all feeling today?

          Posted by mmmm on 23/3/2020, 11:13:54, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

          Blood hell Nag don't make everything a socialist snipe ! You hardly need loads of money to either own a huge freezer OR fill your cupboards and said freezer with food. You just need a couple of credit cards which let's face it that is what the working classes have been surviving on for decades. I'm pretty sure the moronic hoarders will cover the full spectrum of class/wealth and politics. Greed and selfishness is not a trait unique to any of them it's a human trait that is controlled by most people as we have a social conscience and empathy. Are you ok? You're making a few uncharacteristically odd comments of late.

            Re: How are we all feeling today?

            Posted by Nearly a Genius on 23/3/2020, 11:29:30, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

            I'm not making a party political point this time, just pointing out that older people generally do not have these things.

            All right, I don't, but I can't be the only one.

              Re: How are we all feeling today?

              Posted by mmmm on 23/3/2020, 11:33:41, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

              I share your and everyone else's annoyance with the greedy/selfish minority. I have recently helped my Parish council to set up a 'pop up shop' to serve ONLY the Parishioners who shop from day to day like yourself and tend to shop locally. The greedy types have happily stripped local shops as well as supermarkets.

        Re: How are we all feeling today?

        Posted by RADSB on 23/3/2020, 10:00:06, in reply to "How are we all feeling today?"

        Just don't touch your face after touching anything dodgy. Wash your hands as soon as you get home and wipe down stuff in the house you've touched (door handle etc) - the virus can last a while on different surfaces.

          Re: How are we all feeling today?

          Posted by Howzatter on 23/3/2020, 10:50:35, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

          I heard the virus can last days on surfaces.

            Re: How are we all feeling today?

            Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 23/3/2020, 11:00:26, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

            Up the park adults pushing kids on swings, moving from apparatus to apparatus, not one adult sanitising hands, did read this virus can survive on a surface 72 hours

              Re: How are we all feeling today?

              Posted by Howzatter on 23/3/2020, 11:41:44, in reply to "Re: How are we all feeling today?"

              I heard 9 days on metal but that was from a Chinese person online so god knows.

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