“On March 1, the day after the first coronavirus death in the United States was announced, brothers Matt and Noah Colvin set out in a silver S.U.V. to pick up some hand sanitizer … Over the next three days, Noah Colvin took a 1,300-mile road trip across Tennessee and into Kentucky, filling a U-Haul truck with thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer and thousands of packs of antibacterial wipes, mostly from ‘little hole-in-the-wall dollar stores in the backwoods,’ his brother said. ‘The major metro areas were cleaned out.'” Then Amazon cracked down on a-holes price gouging customers, and the plot was foiled. But you still can’t find the sanitizer. NYT: He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them. I think we all have an idea of where he should stick them.

+ UK Student Suspended After Selling ‘Squirts’ of Sanitizer to His Classmates. (Being suspended from school is a reward right now…)