i’ve no code they have broken.Hoarding vital supplies is not illegal in your state?well it’s no illegal in my state...i live on the east coastI don't live on the east coast and am not familiar with their legal code however hoarding, just like murder and theft, is illegal everywhere even if you haven't memorized the local statute.are they breaking the law? can you cite the code?Hoarding is illegal.Sure doesn't take much to panic some people. The Colonial Pipeline has already partially opened some of the pipeline back up, and claims it should be fully functional by this weekend. In the meantime, gas stations are closing, grocery store shelves are going bare and people are in full panic, and it's only Tuesday. This is how total anarchy will start.
"Gas Run Has Begun" - Fuel Stations Run Dry Amid Hacked Pipeline
Update (0647ET): And just like that, the Southeast of the US is heading down a dark path similar to one of the 1970s gas shortages from Virginia to Florida to Alabama following the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack. Even with Colonial set to restore systems by the weekend, shortages have already materialized as people panic hoard.
The real panic has yet to begin as millions of Americans are waking up for work, hopping into their vehicle across the Southeast, and are hearing fuel shortages on the radio or reading push notifications on their phone. Driving down the street, they see rising fuel prices, signs at pumps that either read shortage or pump restrictions, or even see some gas stations closed.
WJTV's Anna Farish reports gas shortages this morning in Mississippi.
One Twitter user reports one gas station is placing "limits" on fuel in Central Alabama.
People are panic filling up gas cans.
Across the Southeast, search trends for "gas cans for sale" are erupting.
We showed on Monday that the gas shortage panic started around 1300 ET Monday.
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maybe you could share you state’s code
I think that's a lie.
can you provide me with your state code?