The Atlantic targets 'affluent Americans' who are 'buying up things they don’t need' amid supply chain crisis

La escritora Amanda Mull comenzó resumiendo el “similar” historias de noticias que han surgido en las últimas semanas que involucran un montón de bienes como “papel higiénico y bicicletas estáticas y futuros regalos de Navidad” being stuck on cargo ships for weeks or months on end how everyone involved from sailors to truckers is workingas fast and hard as they possibly can” pero eso “it’s not fast or hard enough.

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What news stories generally don’t show you is where all of this stuff is going. At least anecdotally, much of it seems to be headed directly into the overflowing package room in my apartment building,” Mull escribió. “Americans are buying an extraordinary amount of stuff. Especially in the past six months, the system has been rocked by explosive demand.

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