Letter: Greedy vs. needy during the Covid-19 crisis

Posted 3/25/20

To the editor:

To all you hoarders out there, you know who you are. We’re in a pandemic, but you don’t seem to get it. The world’s in a mess and you have only added to the …

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Letter: Greedy vs. needy during the Covid-19 crisis

Posted

To the editor:

To all you hoarders out there, you know who you are. We’re in a pandemic, but you don’t seem to get it. The world’s in a mess and you have only added to the stress.Stop the greed and only get what you need.

Also, every time you flush, give some thought to the rest of us. Plumbers get ready, your work will be steady. If you haven’t gotten the message, then the old saying holds true: “You can’t fix stupid,” and that means you.

Audrey O’Brien

Fatima Drive

Warren

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