GEORGIA: Man STABBED with broken wine bottle over case of water at Sam's Club

GEORGIA: Man STABBED with broken wine bottle over case of water at Sam's Club
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The Apery has begun.  A Georgia man got STABBED with a broken wine bottle over a pack of sweet delicious mountain spring water at Sam's Club.

Those who failed to prepare are doing what we knew they would: Getting violent to get their way.  

There is an entire segment of our society which is so self-centered, they think they are entitled to whatever they want, whenever they want it.  WHen they don't get it, they "go ape."

Such was the case at a Sam's Club in Georgia as seen in the video below, when one such "entitled" individual could not get the case of water he wanted; he STABBED another customer of the store with a broken wine bottle:

Society will likely see many more cases of violence from its selfish-class.  Readers who may lawfully carry concealed weapons are advised to so so.

 

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    Mike · 2 months ago
    Is this really to fight price gouging or to keep these products off the market??

    He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them - The New York Times
    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/14/technology/coronavirus-purell-wipes-amazon-sellers.html
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      Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
      I can't stand people who take more than what they need only to price gouge others. It sets a really bad example.
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    Geez · 2 months ago
    ANP has a good article here...about govt now being in charge of food supplies

    https://allnewspipeline.com/US_Govt_Controlling_Food_Supplies_Coronavirus_Nightmare_Ahead.php
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    Jill Hart · 2 months ago
    This is an interesting look at what the statistics are now and rather supports the quarantine idea https://medium.com/@tomaspueyo/coronavirus-act-today-or-people-will-die-f4d3d9cd99caans, Community Leaders and Business Leaders: What Should You Do and When?
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    Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
    Was the Perp taking things out of someone else's cart? This is worse than cutting in line. Couple things are going to happen here. Jails are so full, they just let this guy go. Or he's going to remain in jail for a long time. Arraignment might happen, but with courts being closed ... who knows if they will just let the perp go. This will embolden others on social media to do the same thing if there is any consequences. That's when things go Feral, Wild Weasel when Rule of Law Becomes Rule of Jungle. Survival has always been the First Law of Nature, and that's a big Gray area.
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    Jill Hart · 2 months ago
    This is also the year where the census is being taken...wonder if it will be used to determine how many people die from this...
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    TSlinger · 2 months ago
    Don't hurt the the wine man! Or the oil...
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      Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
      Thats Clever, a reference to Famine and Inflation: Rev 6:6 Then I heard what sounded like a voice among the four living creatures, saying, "Two pounds of wheat for a day's wages, and six pounds of barley for a day's wages, and do not damage the oil and the wine!"
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        TSlinger · 2 months ago
        A little tongue in cheek levity...
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        DD7 · 2 months ago
        Well the price gouging on Amazon right now pretty much proves that scripture!
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    jw williams · 2 months ago
    I e been everywhere and cannot find any bagged potatoes, bread or eggs.
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      HeyJude · 2 months ago
      There were three types of bread left this morning at my store - out of normally dozens. Same with eggs. Plenty of potatoes - but that was this morning.
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      DD7 · 2 months ago
      My friend had some luck finding stuff at some of the small Hispanic local markets, try those if you have any in your area.
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      Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
      Maybe a farmers market somewhere? That is if anyone needs to sell. Heirloom seeds perhaps? Might have to by some baby chickens from Tractor Supply for Eggs.
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    jw williams · 2 months ago
    Happy birthday hal
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      GiJoe · 2 months ago
      It's tomorrow. The 15th same as my brother. But I'm sure he still appreciates it. Thanks for the heads up Hal. I have been weeks ahead of this type of problem. Locally went in early to local store and TP almost out, PT almost completely gone, Talked with manager. He told me that it is worst than Katrina. Chicken only few item remained as well as red meat. Told me bread would be gone by lunch. Just a heads up what's going on in the La.
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    DD7 · 2 months ago
    So I'm looking at the stats of the cases in Florida so far, and it turns out that there is quite a MIX of ages, not all elderly as they would have us believe. Take a look - people in their early 20s, 30s & 40s:
    https://www.sun-sentinel.com/coronavirus/fl-ne-coronavirus-florida-statewide-confirmed-case-map-20200312-no4rv7a36rc5pmme3lcfnfklla-htmlstory.html
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      DD7 · 2 months ago
      The ones that are younger seem to be associated with travel to Europe. But not necessarily all.
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    A1776 · 2 months ago
    For external cleaning of covid19, clorox has some good news for us:
    "SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the COVID-19 outbreak, is an enveloped virus and therefore the easiest to kill of the three types of viruses. This means the efficacy criteria for a disinfectant is as follows:"
    Select Effective Disinfectants for Use Against the Coronavirus That Causes COVID-19 | CloroxPro: https://www.cloroxpro.com/blog/select-effective-disinfectants-for-use-against-the-coronavirus-that-causes-covid-19/

    Internally, enveloped viruses are often harder to kill because you need to kill the envelope first.
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      Geez · 2 months ago
      excellent post! Thank you.
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    Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
    What is wrong with the world.
    Did someone break the code.
    Can someone please reload an old 1960's backup and reboot - please
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      TSlinger · 2 months ago
      I'd settle for 1983-ish even...
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        GiJoe · 2 months ago
        Hell let's go to 1913 and nip this in the ass.
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        Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
        Wow, I'm with you. MAGA.
        Had to Chuckle though:
        Ecc 7:10. Do not say, “Why were the old days better than these?”
        For it is not wise to ask such questions.

        We are living in the most exciting times ever. Take it all in, because one day you may have to recount this to a generation that will need to remember it.
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          TSlinger · 2 months ago
          Indeed. Has as it may be for many to see, we are actually in a place of privilege to see this in our time. Each generation really...to be able to see the things of the Father at work...it truly is pretty awesome (emphasis awe).
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          HeyJude · 2 months ago
          GREAT reason to start writing the story as it happens. Somebody will make a book out of it anyway!
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            Geez · 2 months ago
            especially as history tends to get overwritten...depending on the political party in power!
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              Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
              My aunty Mary had a son. When he realised she was suffering dementia, asked her to dictate an audio biography. He got it printed as a little red book. It detailed the family moves Italy-Switzerland-UK before WW2 broke. I learned my mother had a car accident when a child - first I heard of that !
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                Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
                When in Switzerland she recalled bread that was made for winter - hoops of bread made with milk. Indoors the cold weather, stone floors, it lasted months. I scanned the book just reread a few pages. Her memories go back to WW1
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                  Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
                  This would seem to her memories of Spanish flu as a child in Switzerland.
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                  Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
                  "..at this time Father was doing military service duties as the 1914 war was on in Europe, and Switzerland was on guard....We then moved further up the village into a very nice apartment, with lovely views leading to the church. Sitting on a window seat, I saw many funerals going by in the heavy snows to the churchyard.There was a bad flu epidemic at the time called "La Grippe", I believe Mother used to make us stand in a wooden tub every day and washed us down with disinfectant to keep the germs away, and it worked as none of us had the flu."
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    HJ Richards · 2 months ago
    Already posted else where here but here is new article ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, https://www.zerohedge.com/health/pentagon-halts-all-domestic-troop-travel-soldiers-confined-base-area
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      Shane Chambers · 2 months ago
      Maybe this is how Trump will make Mexico pay for the wall. Once COVID19 hits all those "Remain in Mexico" in Tent City, it's going to be horrible for them.
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    Robert Cyrklis · 2 months ago
    For all you pathetic criminal anarchists, there are about 25 million prior service military personnel in the mix of our U.S. population. And, we will look out for one another!
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      GiJoe · 2 months ago
      IGY6
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      A1776 · 2 months ago
      My hero Dad veteran passed but I love our military! Good reminder to see if I can visit the veterans' homes.
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      · 2 months ago
      Don't forget our retired military's family & friend!
      Every army needs support & a supply chain!
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    Jamie England · 2 months ago
    If this is what it's like when you are allowed to go shopping, what will it be like when you can't?
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      Geez · 2 months ago
      I am not looking forward to the day garbage pickup stops.
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    Paul Andrews · 2 months ago
    Just buy your Berkey Water Filter! Forget buying heavy cases of bottled water
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    Janet Wantage · 2 months ago
    Publix grocery stores just anmounced more linited shopping hours. They are now closing at 8pm
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      HeyJude · 2 months ago
      I was in Publix today and saw the sign on the door. I asked a store employee if it was helpful having extra time to clean up the store and restock - she said "one hour is not nearly enough extra time". It has been really crazy. Lots of empty sections in a normally fully stocked store. Another employee said they could not put all the merchandise out at once or a few people would just take all of it. So they are putting it out a little at a time all day long. You do not normally get the "animal behavior" crowd at a Publix as it is not known as a cheap store, but apparently they've had their share lately.
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      DD7 · 2 months ago
      Thanks, good to know.
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      JCat · 2 months ago
      My son works at a Winco in Washington state and they are also starting to limit their hours. Higher ups feel that it would be like Italy though and the stores & pharmacies will stay open should the shut down occur.
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        Geez · 2 months ago
        Daughter in Ohio said she talked to a walmart-manager friend today and was told they aren't allowed to "receive any shipments for the next 3 weeks" starting today. I wondered if it was just that area, shipments of what, or whether it involved Walmart-China's connections?? She didn't know.
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      · 2 months ago
      link to Executive order is also in the story.
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    Carl Goldsworthy · 2 months ago
    Does this include drones with Hellfire missiles ? https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1255281/europe-travel-ban-coronavirus-usa-uk-ireland-travel-restrictions-trump-coronavirus-cases
    US coronavirus travel ban EXTENDED to include UK and Ireland as cases soar