We aren't expecting any snow in Lubbock, but the cold weather was enough to bring all of the most selfish people in town out of their homes to hoard everything from local grocery stores. It's embarrassing, guys. There's nothing wrong with stocking up on a few staple items, but cleaning out the shelves like this? Total ick vibes.

It's almost like you are willing some kind of disaster into existence. It's like you're craving chaos or something. The panic is unnecessary and it speaks volumes to the kind of person you are.

When I come across someone in the grocery store with a cart full of toilet paper, I just want to scream. The "every man for himself" ideology is alive and well in Lubbock, Texas, and that's a real bummer.

Did you stock up like crazy? If you're willing to admit it, I'd love to hear how you justify doing stuff like this. Comment below this article wherever you find it or email me at Chrissy.Covington@townsquaremedia.com.

I'm a reasonable person. If you stocked up like crazy because you have 20 kids, that's one thing...but I have a sneaking suspicion that some people in town just do not give a rat's a$$ about the rest of us.

I hope the next time you are out shopping, you take a moment to think about other people in your community, especially the elderly, who may not have been able to get the items they needed because of this ridiculous behavior.


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