More fun-and-games today getting hold of groceries

By Alan Ralph on March 19, 2020 — 1 min read

At least one of the local supermarkets is opening an hour early to let vulnerable folks (or their family / carers) buy supplies. And the local shop down the road had some items that we definitely won’t get getting delivered tomorrow.

That just leaves my medication, which should be ready to pick up tomorrow.

It’s annoying and frustrating, but at least we have several options available. I dread to think what it’s like for folks in more remote areas of the country, or with few or no people to go shop for them.

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  • @AlanRalph This is when the grim reality of our carer crisis will become difficult to ignore. It goes hand-in-hand with the serious questions we need to answer with regard to UBI, the working economy, our place in the global economy, and so on.

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