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Must give a mention to the Rotherham United Community Supporters Trust. Got a call from Carla today, asking if I was coping alright and if I needed anything. Really nice touch for them to check on the over 70s, and I was impressed.

Good job for them that I am able to obtain all my needs via online shopping, and online pharmaceutical deliveries, it might have been a problem for them to come out all the way to Epworth to deliver a packet of paracetomol.........



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When I was going around Morrison's today noticed quite a few in over seventy in. How can you tell them to stop at home they need to eat social distancing more like a rugby scrum. I hope you continue to get your deliveries. It will help if some people stop being greedy.



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I ordered over £60 worth of shopping at Tesco online. The guy delivered it today & I recieved £27 of it. This preventable ****show has to stop. Panic buying (stockpiling) should be criminalised & the selfish barstewards prosecuted. This could & should have been jumped on from day 1

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When I was stood in line yesterday my small trolley was embarrassing compared to the the other big trollies. Needs a proper campaign to hammer home the message plus some kind of fair rationing. It got my brain cell working if I am going to get this virus odds on it will be in Morrison's. Little joke for you I nicked off twitter. Man tells his wife not to panic buy. When she comes back from the shops finds Dexter Blackstock in the kitchen.

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BradtheMiller wrote:

I ordered over £60 worth of shopping at Tesco online. The guy delivered it today & I recieved £27 of it. This preventable ****show has to stop. Panic buying (stockpiling) should be criminalised & the selfish barstewards prosecuted. This could & should have been jumped on from day 1


 It really is shocking how people have reacted. Just about everywhere is being ransacked and unless you join the melee you're screwed. Me and the old gal have not engaged with the hysteria and only managed to get a couple of bananas, some tea and a few tins yesterday. No bread or milk, its as if it's the run up to Christmas everyday. At this rate we'll have to resort to the dog's biscuits soon but luckily we have a new growth of nettles pushing through in the garden which I understand are quite nutritious; and I'm not kidding. We do have a few spuds though. Living in the hillbilly part of Lincolnshire its not always easy to get supplies at the best of times. And why? There really is no need for this behaviour

How on earth did the country manage to survive when we faced a real crisis in 1940. I can only think people had more of a sense of responsibility to each other as well as themselves.



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