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New Bedford resident saddened by the selfish hoarding during the COVID-19 outbreak


“My heart really breaks for those of us that really need certain items of food or even necessities.

I went to Walmart in Dartmouth and let me tell you: too many Greedy jerks there today! This guy really tried buying 8 gallons of water and flipped out on the cashier when she said: “I’m sorry sir, but we have a limit.”

My granddaughter is autistic and has many sensory issues with foods and toilet paper. I needed wipes for her and not one thing was there. Not to mention the babies needing these.

I hope all of you that are hoarding and not caring about others, get what you deserve! We are supposed to think of others and because you think it’s OK not to think of others?

You are WTF is wrong with this country! ‎Jennifer Lee Staples-Villegas‎ — feeling heartbroken.”

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  1. I have a package or two of wet wipes u can …have as well as hand sanitizer if needed lmk and I’ll contact you

  2. I read this opinion this morning and I agree. People should not be hoarding supplies for themselves so I understand your frustration.

    However, I personally have seen people also coming together and helping one another during this tough time. As an example, I did see some wipes at a local store and after seeing your story, I picked them up for you.

    This is a time that people should come together and help each other.

  3. Big lots had wipes last time I looked. My heart goes out for you

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