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Working From Home, Being Taken to Far 19/03/2020 at 15:08 #123859
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Found this Pic on a blog thought I might share


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2020. The year your bin goes out more than you do
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Working From Home, Being Taken to Far 19/03/2020 at 15:55 #123861
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MarkC in post 123859 said:
Found this Pic on a blog thought I might share

I thought that was just your standard garden shed

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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 19/03/2020 at 16:51 #123863
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Sorry Mark, Cornish has successfully stolen your thunder.

Well done sir. That was funny.

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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 19/03/2020 at 22:21 #123873
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The Great British Public...


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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 19/03/2020 at 22:52 #123875
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ajax103 in post 123873 said:
The Great British Public...

My wife and I are in the "most vulnerable" category, but can’t even think of going to a supermarket with all those thoughtless, selfish people grabbing everything in sight! Where’s the social distancing in that? As soon as someone suggests that there's ‘no need to panic’, all hell breaks out. Whatsmore, it’s all so unnecessary. They should be ashamed of themselves, but no doubt don't give a damn. The “I’m alright Jack” syndrome strikes again.

Sorry about the rant, but I feel better for it.

Your life can have a thousand different meanings or maybe just one....I'd recommend more than one in case you got it wrong - (Rezende)
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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 20/03/2020 at 09:19 #123878
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bugsy in post 123875 said:
ajax103 in post 123873 said:
The Great British Public...

My wife and I are in the "most vulnerable" category, but can’t even think of going to a supermarket with all those thoughtless, selfish people grabbing everything in sight! Where’s the social distancing in that? As soon as someone suggests that there's ‘no need to panic’, all hell breaks out. Whatsmore, it’s all so unnecessary. They should be ashamed of themselves, but no doubt don't give a damn. The “I’m alright Jack” syndrome strikes again.

Sorry about the rant, but I feel better for it.
Totally agree with you and the world as you and I know disappeared years ago. When you get people stealing hand sanitisers and gels from doctors surgeries and hospitals then that sums it up nicely.

Never apologise son, it's a sign of weakness (John Wayne)
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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 20/03/2020 at 10:09 #123880
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Indeed, there was a photo of a guy in a B and M store with 216 toilet rolls in his trolley and there's no reason for wanting that much in one shopping trip.

Equally the client my company works for had a delivery of hand sanitisers delivered, I'm sorry to say person or persons unknown pinched the majority of the order that was delivered.

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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 20/03/2020 at 10:18 #123881
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They're not taking everything off the shelves though.
Take a close look at what's still there :)


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Working From Home, Being Taken too Far 20/03/2020 at 15:27 #123887
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It's not just us that's panicking
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Your life can have a thousand different meanings or maybe just one....I'd recommend more than one in case you got it wrong - (Rezende)
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