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November 29, 2021

To all toilet paper hoarders

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Bernard Hinchcliffe, Mullumbimby

If your paranoia is that high, and if there is a complete lockdown who is going to maintain the sewerage system? Remember, this is where the virus will accumulate.

I would advise hoarding shovels, and I hope you all live near a large paddock.

PS This is a virus. There is nowhere to hide.

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  1. Um..really.. gee… um… love the compassion..

    Swans & dolphins return to canals in Venice!
    That’s pretty amazing! A Universal message!

    Just breath & call for some grace… always supported. Never alone

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