Author: nebu chadnezzar
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I’m starting to see people drive around like they don’t give a fuck anymore. Seen some people burning out, seen some people going extreme speeds. From what I saw, everyone was having a normal day. People biking around outside. Shopping. Starbucks was full of people at the chairs. Del Taco inside was full. […]
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As I go around, I already feel like the apocolypse and have felt that for a week or two. But even SATURDAY is quite a different world than THURSDAY. Thursday I had a job at a place. Friday the kids had school. Now none of that exists anymore. People are going around like normal but […]
How about (no idea where you’d find it, not sure if it’s out yet) How about
🙁 BREAKING: Actor Tom Hanks says he and his wife have tested positive for coronavirus — BNO Newsroom (@BNODesk) March 12, 2020
When people say “with that being said” OR “at the end of the day…”
People still shopping crazy for water and toilet paper. There’s still toilet paper in stores, but it’s mostly cleared out. Costco keeps being out of it. Looking at working from home soon. 🙁
Pretty scary when I started this site at age 22. haha. Here’s my Amazon WIshlist.
If you’re not stocking up and arming up, get to it. We’re looking at millions of deaths coming here. https://old.reddit.com/r/Coronavirus/
Watch this. Influenza 1918 is the story of the worst epidemic the United States has ever known. Before it was over, the flu would kill more than 600,000 Americans – more than all the combat deaths of this century combined.
Cops respond to mass panic at California Costco that ran out of toilet paper and bottled water – as the franchise reveals sales are up a 12.4% on last year as shoppers stock up amid coronavirus outbreak
[STORY] On the scene, deputies learned that ‘a large group of customers were upset’ that items such as toilet paper, paper towels, and bottled water were out of stock, said Public Information Officer Cindy Bachman.