Larry Greenly wrote:That incident aside, my biggest gripe against supermarkets concerns all the displays they put in the aisles, making it impossible for two shoppers to pass each other.
Stuart Yaniger wrote:I'm living in an agricultural paradise (the farm stands are my lifeline), yet our local stores can't get decent produce at a decent price?
Stuart Yaniger wrote:Sorry, I already have a scary ex-wife.
If it weren't for the horrific delays getting over the bridge, I'd just shop down your way routinely. Unfortunately, because of the time commitment, I can only do it every once in a while.
Have you been to Larry's in Fairfield?
What does she look like, how many miles, has she been rode hard?
Stuart Yaniger wrote:
I can't disappoint John T. by not dragging this down further.
Larry Greenly wrote:That's happened to me, too: arguing that it's a jicama, not a potato. Or arguing with the cashier, then the store manager, that I had a head of napa cabbage, not a head of romaine lettuce. I took the manager back to the produce section to show him the difference. He tried to stop me at the romaine lettuce display, but I continued on to the napa cabbage and held up one.
Stuart Yaniger wrote:The combo of Diovan and Norvasc worked for my exceptionally stubborn hypertension. There seems to be a synergy between them.
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