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  1. We're right there with you Ken–we both work essential services and on the one hand, we're grateful for employment and paychecks, but on the other, there IS that tinge of jealousy that we're not at home getting more game time in.
    Of course more than anything, we really hope you and your family are safe and well and that everybody truly is doing their part to be safe and kind to one another during this and to never forget we have to work together.

  2. Great to hear from you Ken and good to know you and your family are all ok.

    They started the official lock down here in the U.K. last Monday and were only allowed out to get essentials and for one form or exercise a day. It’s not being enforced (yet), but there is talk of fines and jail time for breaking curfew. The stores haven’t been too bad here, yes certain items are thin on the ground but for the most part you can get what you need.

    They say it’s only for 3 weeks to try and flatten the curve and help the NHS try and deal with the number of cases to the number of beds. The infection and death rate has been steadily rising and they’re even saying the U.K. could be like Italy in 2 weeks. Which I something I don’t even want to think about.

    I certainly don’t think the media helps matters to be honest. Hyping it up 24/7 and talking about nothing else. I understand it’s THE news topic, but they’re kind of acting like this is the new normal, when it’s anything but normal and should be treated like that. We need to act as this is the temporary thing and that we will get back to some sort of normality.

    Anyways Ken you stay safe mate ok.

  3. In Japan it’s almost like nothing is even wrong. I go to the mall and park every other day. Packed. Everyone is outside and there’s no problem if you don’t watch the news

  4. Consider Your Job a Blessing, I Work as A Server, Out of Work Till the 31st (I Hope We Reopen Then)

  5. Thanks for this update on how everything's going with you and your family Ken! It's a very unsettling time indeed and quite a stark contrast in human behaviour from seeing so many people work together during the bushfires. I was shocked when you said workers have been spat on 😲 Thank you for being out there in essential services and helping people, especially while putting yourself at risk. Please take good care and stay as safe as possible mate!

  6. Hah i didnt know the consoles were gettin sold out 🤨
    Scary times mate… Just keep you and your fams safe mate !
    Im positive it will get better !

  7. Certainly different times for us that’s for sure. I’m thankful that our local supermarket is handling things okay. I’ve been to your shopping centre a couple of times and that food court was packed both times. Very eerie to see now.

  8. It's exactly the same over here in the UK, we are now on a lock down, I finished my last day at work today for AT LEAST 3 weeks. (My game room will see some serious action now I can tell you)😂
    In all seriousness though it's scary times and we really do need to be following government advice.
    The reason for flour shortage is for people wanting to make their own bread is my guess, as I had the same idea but couldn't find a single bag anywhere!
    As always mate, I hope you and your family are doing well and staying safe

  9. Lock down here in NYC. Third highest infection rate in the world. Supermarkets are price gouging as well, they got rid of the sales circulars. No weekly sales. Stay safe. Use masks and gloves. I find Animal Crossing is incredibly relaxing during this crisis.

  10. I work as a cashier at a pharmacy and I'm afraid that I'm going to be bringing home something that will get them sick. These days are the most stressful days of my life. People yelling because they can't get their prescriptions or we are sold out of Toilet paper, Hand Sanitizer, Rubbing Alcohol and etc.

    What makes it worse we don't know when the shipments arrive. We are now getting a lot more theft in our store. It sucks. It sucks that we are also not getting paid much.

    Nice world we live in when people are unable to work or leave the house but insurance, rental and mortgage companies still want their money at the end or start of the month.

  11. A lot of selfish people but as usual they get all the headlines, stay safe … I'm a great believer in what goes around comes around . UK now on 3 week lockdown

  12. Here in Croatia is everything lock down,city bus and tram doesn't drive, just essential shops work to 5 am. At least I have big backlog of games so that's a plus. Take care of yourself.

  13. Yeah, it's a crazy time. It's the unknown thats scary, as we have no idea how long this will last and how it will get. As you know, I work at a supermarket and it's calmed down abit now. I'm just glad I have a secure job. I hope you and your family stay well and keep safe.

  14. Hey Ken, we are also on lockdown here in Greece from yesterday the 23rd. I will investigate if I am allowed to ship the package to you and will inform you the result. I hope you are safe and healthy, these are crazy times indeed………

  15. Hang in there mate. Things are eventually gonna get better. Someday…

  16. fuckinh hell! those shelves are super empty… i've seen there is a limit on milk. yeah very shameful to us with idiots fighting over toilet paper. meat is a crazy one. if electricity goes they are perishable products. do you wear mask at work? stay safe Ken!

  17. It's truly an unprecedented situation, lockdown here in Greece as well. I hope this isolation stops the exponential spread of the virus, because if it's not stopped, the death toll will be in the millions.

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