The utter absurdity of what you can and cannot buy in shops

ambroseg1

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A few of us neighbours are now wondering about the condition of our pavements. I am going to cut the grass this afternoon inside my property. I need the exercise and besides it is shower day today.
Are we not allowed to mow the lawns in front of our properties?
 

Rip Shredd

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Thought I was going to start a vegetable garden. Went to my local spar and seeds aren't for sale.
 

AfricanTech

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Surely there is some official government channel where the list of what you can and can't buy can be appealed?

Surely....
 

Randhir

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If you still want cigs tomorrow i may be able to organise a couple of packets of marlborough Paid 45 each for them . going to glenwood spar tomorrow ..
Serious? Can't find anything in Durban North.
 

Solarion

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Deny protection to HIV riddled 3rd world countries.

Somebody seems quite eager to scratch genocide off of their bucket list.

 

MightyQuin

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I've discovered that I have a new lock-down flatmate :cautious:. Anyone noticed whether pest traps/bait can be purchased from their local shops? I get the sense that it isn't going to be considered essential and I'll have to pony up for a pest removal service.
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pinball wizard

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Not sure if srs?
The pavement (road reserve) is the council's property, not yours. It will be considered a violation if you leave your property boundary to do anything other than shop for essentials or procure emergency medical treatment.

What part of Adolf Cele's words didn't you understand?

What I mean is you can probably mow the pavement, but if the Brownshirt thugs see you, it might be a different story.
 
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