Jeff Stahler for August 09, 2012

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    Now THAT IS “nature’s law”!! And the devil invented coupons to bring the fastest line to a dead halt!

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    rockngolfer  about 11 years ago

    I pick the line with the most men. They are more likely to pay cash and less likely to write checks for $4.

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    neatslob Premium Member about 11 years ago

    It’s slower when you get behind the person who argues that the item that rang up 99 cents was supposed to be 97 cents. I’m always tempted to say, Look, here’s a nickel, can we just move it along now?

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    glenbeck  about 11 years ago

    most retail stores time the cashier per transaction. the slowest ones are moved or replaced. They are just as bothered by time delayers as the rest of us in line. I dont see why sthaler blames it all on the girl in the toon.

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    Justice22  about 11 years ago

    No complaints, just shop at 2:00am.

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    Gladius  about 11 years ago

    My pet peeve is the people who use the express lane with far more than the posted number of items. I’m not referring to people that are only a couple of items over. Unfortunately there are a number of people out there that seem to think that 20+ items are the same as 10. I’ve also never come across a store manager that would actually enforce the posted limits.

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    Morty: I do the same when I absolutely HAVE to make the run to the market. It does help.

    Darren, I’m reminded of the gal who did the same, after holding the line up for almost 20 minutes (only one cashier), then went outside to her car, which she’d left idling for the whole time, and probably burned twice as much money for gas as what she saved with coupons. But that brings up another issue of “American waste not, want not.”

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    braindead Premium Member about 11 years ago

    Now, Radish, don’t be raggin’ on Costco. Last year, they had a really great deal on Christmas trees. -The only drawback was that I didn’t know what to do with the other two.

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    Dtroutma  about 11 years ago

    ^hint, not EVERYTHING in our culture is “political”, or a battle cry to campaign.

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