Like we had a midnight release for ppl who preordered their copy of Twilight but like it got out of hand and 1200 ppl showed up. We had to assign someone to be security for the Edward cardboard cutout because ppl were biting itHow come there never enough space in hot topic? Why do I always have to shimmy between a rack of band merch and anime shirts just to get to the back? I never been in a hot topic without having to engage in combat with a tattoo sleeved 20 yr old just to get past the rhine stoned backpacks. Is the merchandise just so emo that they can contain it all?I know this is a rly weird and mundane thing but.
Parson said he would pardon the St. Louis couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protestersLaurie Skrivan/St. Louis Post Dispatch/Tribune News Service via Getty Images Missouri Gov. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeLoud football match screenings or music, dance floors, ketchup bottles and even sheltering from the rain are set to be banned when England pubs reopen on July 4.Government guidance today shows many toilets will need to be one in, one out and bar staff hidden behind screens to prevent the spread of the virus.Pubs will be told to keep lists of everyone who comes in for 21 days in case there is an outbreak with more outdoor seats and tape to mark distance on the floor.Bar managers will be told to work with their rivals on the same street to make sure they stagger their opening times.And punters will be warned they can shelter inside if a rainstorm otherwise they could cause an outbreak.Mirror Politics newsletter the e mail you need to navigate a crisis hit UKWe knew a lot of the restrictions already. For example, you can only sit indoors with one other household socially distanced.If you in the beer garden, you can sit in a group of up to six socially distanced or in a group of two households of any size.Now the government guidance shows just how different the “new normal” will be to life before.Here are 13 key ways it change your experience of the pub.1. Loud music or broadcasts will be banned to stop people shoutingLoud music or loud broadcasts like football will be banned to stop people shouting at each other.The guidance says all venues “should ensure that steps are taken to avoid people needing to unduly raise their voices to each other.”This includes, but is not limited to, refraining from playing music or broadcasts that may encourage shouting, including if played at a volume that makes normal conversation difficult.”This is because of the potential for increased risk of transmission, particularly from aerosol transmission.”It also says “loud background music, communal dancing, group singing or chanting” should be prevented.2.