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My older girl paid a visit to the shopping centre yesterday with her 3 month old baby.

This is not to criticize her because there were mitigating circumstances. It's her sisters birthday next week and with all the sleep deprivation she's had lately she'd forgot to order something online until it was too late for delivery.

So off she trudged, hoping to pick up something in the centre's Nike shop.

She gets there and discovers there's a queue, so she gets in line.

Forty minutes later she gets to the top of the queue, but the prick on the door stops her even though she has a young baby because the " shop quota has been reached".

When she finally gets in, she discovers that there are no small sizes in the shop and only XL and XXL remain, so she ends up leaving with nothing.

But my question is, are young people crazy? They're willing to stand in a queue for 30 or 40 minutes in order to get into a clothes shop?

Like, do they have an immediate need for a pair of trainers? Are they that stuck for clothes that they feel it necessary to queue for them?

Food I could understand because we need food. I could even understand if their phone was broke because they think having a phone is a basic human right, but clothes?

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I'm guessing they just want to get out of the house and away from their parents, although they must really hate their parents if the best alternative is to go into the dystopian nightmare they've turned shops into. Although around my area it does seem like they've gone a bit stir crazy as there's a lot of them hanging out in parks and getting a bit rowdy, probably a reaction to being locked up and out of school for months. I'm not always a fan of the youngsters but I must admit in these circumstances I'm all for them not paying attention to curfews and the social distancing bullshit. Any defiance of "the rules" from anyone is a good thing.

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Shops here are still looking pretty empty (small town Herts.) I haven't been to a shopping centre either as for the reasons in your post.

Really don't fancy queuing like that for anything.

The young people here have vanished! used to always be a few hanging around the town centre, but I've not spotted many in months.

Their parents are keeping them at home?

 

I'd absolutely hate to be young now, barely any freedom to do anything or go anywhere.

In my younger days a load of us had motorcycles, we'd ride to the coast or to a forest, set up a tent & have a party, crash out then ride home the next day.

I can't imagine them doing that now (or being allowed) their world has shrunk so much.

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I can't say I am concerned about the big corporate shops, but to wait 30 to 40 minutes outside with a 3 month old baby and then to find they are out of stock, what a horrible shopping experience.   If I was an Amazon shareholder that would be music to my ears.

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If it's her first baby she's probably still in shock that no matter what you think beforehand, life just doesn't continue as it did before you gave birth with the baby 'fitting in ' couple that with the rotten circumstances she's given birth in during this lock down she's probably just desperate for some normality.

 

That must have been crushing for her x it's not fair.

 

She should be able just to go to a bl##dy shop and buy a sodding t shirt ..poor love 

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People are like any other crop living on the Earth.  If the soil and environment and society is poor, they grow badly, sometimes very badly ... if the soil is good and wise people have done the stewardship all grows well.

This is why criticizing the past as being beneath you is missing the point ... we are just crops, everyone grows more or less according to the soil that you live in.

I say more or less because a strong presence of light and inspiration can lift people so their spirits live in a higher environment, and unfold it unto the earth.

 

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1 hour ago, Storm in the garden said:

My older girl paid a visit to the shopping centre yesterday with her 3 month old baby.

 

1 hour ago, AndyJ said:

I'm guessing they just want to get out of the house and away from their parents

 

 

AndyJ with the smackdown

 

BOOOOOOM!!!

 

HEH

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1 hour ago, shadowmoon said:

I'd absolutely hate to be young now, barely any freedom to do anything or go anywhere.

In my younger days a load of us had motorcycles, we'd ride to the coast or to a forest, set up a tent & have a party, crash out then ride home the next day.

I can't imagine them doing that now (or being allowed) their world has shrunk so much.

 

I mentioned on another thread how in my day getting some form of transport was a vital part of striving for independence, and the fact that I now have 5 nephews in their 20's and 30's living at home with their parents, and that none of them can even drive, never mind having transport.

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1 minute ago, Storm in the garden said:

 

I mentioned on another thread how in my day getting some form of transport was a vital part of striving for independence, and the fact that I now have 5 nephews in their 20's and 30's living at home with their parents, and that none of them can even drive, never mind having transport.

 

That is so sad, on my 16th birthday I had a kawasaki moped that I got for £50 & rode for a year, it was a bit of a wreck but it was wheels and freedom.

The cost of insurance is a killer now too, at my last job there was a lad with a 1.3 engine car, he was about 19 & the insurance was something like £3000 a year!

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13 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

 

That is so sad, on my 16th birthday I had a kawasaki moped that I got for £50 & rode for a year, it was a bit of a wreck but it was wheels and freedom.

The cost of insurance is a killer now too, at my last job there was a lad with a 1.3 engine car, he was about 19 & the insurance was something like £3000 a year!

 

I think both my girls 1st insurance was around the same (well €3000) but they both had cars by the time they were twenty.

On the other hand one of those nephews I mentioned is 24, his parents offered to buy him a small car and pay for driving lessons...Nah, not interested!

I think it's a question of drive (if you pardon the pun) and determination to be independent.

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My advice is do not shop at places that assume you are diseased

 

Do not give them the pleasure 

 

I walked right back out of at least a dozen places lately because someone yelled at me to get out as " too many people in here " 

 

Bye then !! 

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1 hour ago, kj35 said:

If it's her first baby she's probably still in shock that no matter what you think beforehand, life just doesn't continue as it did before you gave birth with the baby 'fitting in ' couple that with the rotten circumstances she's given birth in during this lock down she's probably just desperate for some normality

 

Yeah it's her first. She's coping well, she has a good partner, her sister lives close, her "in-laws" drop in regularly, and I'm in contact every day and drop up every fortnight or so.

Unfortunately she's estranged from her mother (both girls are) for a number of years now and that would've been a help for her, but it is what it is.

She took the decision to take a long career break so she could be with the child right up to school age because she believes that's more important.

The only thing she wishes for is that all this crap would end so she could mix with other new mothers in a "mother & toddler" type setting (trade notes and experiences type thing)

It just shows how the covid scam has affected peoples lives in so many small ways as well as all the big stuff. 

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9 hours ago, Storm in the garden said:

Unfortunately she's estranged from her mother (both girls are) for a number of years now and that would've been a help for her, but it is what it is.

She took the decision to take a long career break so she could be with the child right up to school age because she believes that's more important.

The only thing she wishes for is that all this crap would end so she could mix with other new mothers in a "mother & toddler" type setting (trade notes and experiences type thing)

It just shows how the covid scam has affected peoples lives in so many small ways as well as all the big stuff. 

 

Similar to my partner. Estranged from her mother, gave up her career (but still work part-time) and wishes she could mingle with other mothers again.

 

She misses just simply standing outside of school waiting to pick our daughter up or drop her off so she could have a good gab and put the world to rights.

 

You are right about this Covid affecting things which we took for granted. More and more I'm convinced Covid was to divide and rule us and is f' all about some stupid virus.

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1 hour ago, Sentient Being said:

You are right about this Covid affecting things which we took for granted. More and more I'm convinced Covid was to divide and rule us and is f' all about some stupid virus.

The Covid thing arose quite slowly which tells me it wasn't planned in that way.  But the forces out there were ready to jump on some kind of event and turn it into a totalitarian regime.

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7 hours ago, rideforever said:

The Covid thing arose quite slowly which tells me it wasn't planned in that way.  But the forces out there were ready to jump on some kind of event and turn it into a totalitarian regime.

Wrong. It was planned a long time ago. 

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9 hours ago, Sentient Being said:

 

Similar to my partner. Estranged from her mother, gave up her career (but still work part-time) and wishes she could mingle with other mothers again.

 

She misses just simply standing outside of school waiting to pick our daughter up or drop her off so she could have a good gab and put the world to rights.

 

You are right about this Covid affecting things which we took for granted.

Thing is we won't take them for granted again. Theyve underestimated the strength of the human spirit.  

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2 hours ago, kj35 said:

Thing is we won't take them for granted again. Theyve underestimated the strength of the human spirit.  

 

I certainly hope so.

We have a lot more power than we realise, and conversely, we attribute a lot more power to them than they have or deserve.

I believe most of their "power" is nothing more than smoke and mirrors and essentially a conjuring trick.

All they really have are machines which can read the number 'one' and the number 'zero' very, very fast, and that's what their whole system of manipulation is based upon.

01001100 01101111 01110110 01100101 represents the word 'Love', but that's all it does, represent a word.

Neither the machines nor the ones who control them will ever be able to comprehend what the word means.

 

Maybe we should respond to them in terms they might better understand, so...

01000010 01101111 01101100 01101100 01101111 01100011 01101011 01110011 00100000 01110100 01101111 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 00100000 01100001 01101110 01100100 00100000 01111001 01101111 01110101 01110010 00100000 01100100 01110101 01101101 01100010 00100000 01101101 01100001 01100011 01101000 01101001 01101110 01100101 01110011 00100001 

(Translation: binary code for............Bollocks to you and your dumb machines!)

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On 7/1/2020 at 2:37 PM, Orange Alert said:

I can't say I am concerned about the big corporate shops, but to wait 30 to 40 minutes outside with a 3 month old baby and then to find they are out of stock, what a horrible shopping experience.   If I was an Amazon shareholder that would be music to my ears.

Deliberate and intentional the plan is to get everyone into the woman qman mindset and that is Amazon  this then create the richest man RIBMAN in Babylon the first trillionaire or quadzillionaire depending on whether it's Arab or American zero nomenclature NOMEN  and it's all about building stress so the turds vampir s can feed. The retreat are feeding and it's an addiction that can't be stopped it's being increases like adrenochrome it's bloodlust and it's to feed of babies

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For me, all the fun has been taken out of shopping. For food too. I live in Scotland and NOW the Scottish government has made it mandatory to wear face-masks in shops as of Monday! They announced this today in the same breath as telling us they were EASING lockdown restrictions! Where is imposing another one EASING?!

I am mad as hell and have already voiced my anger in a separate post!:classic_angry: Then I wrote an email to Nicola Sturgeon that I can only hope she will read. I included that video of the Canadian who tests his oxygen intake without and with a mask. You will no doubt know the one. And that great one about the 33 new cases everywhere too, asking her whether in Scotland we have had 33 new cases too. I didn't stop to listen for that on the Scotland News or if I heard it I didn't take it in, as I am normally not interested enough to memorize the new numbers exactly.

 

To find some solace, I went onto Laura Eisenhower's website and found two videos of interviews from 2018. They did help me. Now I think I am simply going to go to my usual Lidl and Tesco supermarkets next week without a mask and if anyone tries to stop me going in, which well they might, I will have to pretend I am a superior being who will not stoop to such so very harmful foolishness imposed by that club in Holyrood. And I will also mention that if any wearer of a face-mask doesn't feel protected enough from my breath, why are they wearing one?

I hope that will do it and I will not lose my nerve. Tomorrow I have to go on my weekly shop too without this new imposition in force yet, so I will ask what they all plan on doing .

I was so hoping this situation would not arise!...:classic_sad:

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Hi Storm,

 

Sorry to hear about your daughter who was unlucky at the Nike shop.

 

My thoughts about people standing in lines, it reminds me of socialism. Talk to any person who had lived in a socialist country and they will tell you about standing in long lines to get a pair of used shoes or a loaf of bread. I believe that the NWO dirtbags are warming up Americans for socialism.

 

She could have used Amazon and their next day delivery but I would advise everyone to not support amazon, or any large corporation for that matter.

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Hi Messenger,

 

It was no biggie really, more an inconvenience than anything. I was just amazed that young people would be so conditioned that they would queue for clothes.

I mean, in this day and age who actually needs clothes? They weren't queuing naked outside a Nike shop were they?

The only things I would reluctantly queue for is food or water but I would hope to be in a position where I didn't have to, and I would certainly not queue outside a globalist shop just to buy some sweatshop produced piece of crap endorsed by an overpaid sporting 'celebrity'.

 

Unfortunately (or fortunately possibly) next day delivery is not available in Ireland because Amazon UK is the nearest to us, and there's also the usual "due to Covid blah, blah' delays on top.

My father used to say that the reason the Soviets boasted full employment was because it took 4 people to sell a loaf of bread, one to take the order, one to fetch, one to wrap and one to take payment

Nowadays in the "free world" it still takes four...

One to stop you from entering, one to ensure social distancing, one to sanitize everything and one to take payment.

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