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MYOB…or else

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Woman Shot Dead in Georgia Supermarket For Telling Man to Wear a Face Mask

Okay, while I’ve advocated punching ’em in the face more than once, even I have to admit that this seems a mite, ummm, harsh.

A female cashier was shot and killed inside a Georgia supermarket on Monday for telling a man to wear a face mask.

A man got into an argument with the cashier over masks at a Big Bear Supermarket in DeKalb before the man pulled out a gun and shot her in the head.

A retired deputy who was working security at the grocery store was also injured after he intervened and returned fire.

The signs warning dimestore-dictators that people are getting good and fed up are beginning to pop up all over. Will they finally listen, before it’s too late to prevent what’s coming? Or, as I suspect, are we already past the point of no return?

13 thoughts on “MYOB…or else

  1. I’m only surprised that it hasn’t happened before this and more often.

  2. Some have stumblied across a clue, if far later than they should have. I was pleased to see almost no one wearing face diapers on my most recent grocery run. Two weeks ago the same store still had big signs about masks being required, all employees were masked, etc. Yesterday all that was gone, and other than maybe three elderly ladies shopping no one was masked. It was wonderfully refreshing. There was a young boy (maybe 4 or so) riding in his mother’s cart who was waving and saying hi to everyone he saw. Almost everyone was smiling and waving back. What the masks and lockdowns have done to young kids is terrible.

    1. My eight year old keyboard died suddenly yesterday. We were all very sad. Funeral is on Friday.

      This necessitated a quick trip to WalMart (ugh) and back to get a $10.99 basic emergency keyboard so I could order a replacement from NewEgg.

      First time I’ve been in WalMart since they pissed me off for the last time last year with their COVID compliance idiocy.

      One (1) customer was masked in the entire store. I saw a maximum of 3 employees masked, period.

      No more “We’re all in this together! 6 feet apart!” footprint markers, anywhere. All gone.

      The plexiglass shields at the pharmacy and registers were all gone.

      WalMart and Big Lots were the last holdouts here in Durant and Tishomingo: just about every place else went back to normal mid-last year, except for WalMart Corporate. Now, even WallyWorld has woken up and smelled the coffee.

      *I’m still not going back to shopping there. Only went yesterday because there’s just no place else to find a keyboard at 8pm here in the two counties.

      1. Same with the Walmart (spit) here. They actually didn’t keep up the charade for very long, maybe a few weeks, hard to remember now.

        Kroger, on the other hand, still being dumb AF. Signs still up. Employees still masked. They can’t seem to smell which way the wind is blowing. Less customers were masked, but still a lot, maybe 70ish percent? This is in a larger city compared to the Walmart though, which probably has something to do with it.

  3. The truth is, agree with it or not, many people will think this is not only justified, but long overdue.

    They just won’t say it out loud.

    Some have claimed, quasi-jokingly, the only difference between crazy people & sane people is knowing the difference between what you can say out loud & what you have to just think. I’d say, add in a general impulse control differential, and that’s probably not too far off the mark.

    Point being, people are fed up, whether they’re expressing that or not (they’re not, for obvious reasons). And now that the truth is getting more press, if the BS continues… I’d expect impulses to be less controlled in general, regardless of the crazy-sane quotient in question.

    We’re much closer to conflagration than most people probably think.

        1. They were always going to come for everyone anyway. They always do.

          Might as well give ’em the old one digit solute early on & make ’em work for every single inch.

            • I need coffee.
            • I need a nap.
            • I need a vacation…
            • I need duct tape, rope, and a shovel.

            It’s shaping up to be one of those years.

            1. I picked a bad year for giving up dunking bodies in acid baths or in lyme baths.

              To paraphrase an Airplane running joke.

  4. So nobody is going to note that the shooter was black? He been disrepekked.

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