Jeff Stahler for March 29, 2020

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    Concretionist  about 4 years ago

    I’m more on his channel than hers. Amazon isn’t shipping most of the “fun” stuff for the next couple of weeks or so, by the way, which may actually be better for the overall economy.

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    Darsan54 Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Groceries, toilet paper, books, wine, streaming services, takeout……yeah, no money there.

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    billiegoatgruff  about 4 years ago

    I just got $200 worth of groceries delivered to my door this afternoon because I clicked “add to cart”. There is currently a week’s delay.

    That supermarket is too dangerous for this old grey body.

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    Daeder  about 4 years ago

    Would you be interested in something from the “a la cart” menu?

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    Walter Kocker Premium Member about 4 years ago

    We haven’t driven in a couple of weeks – so our gasoline bill is w-a-y down.

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    cdward  about 4 years ago

    In truth, though, we are spending less eating out. We still try to order now and then so that we support local eateries, but we are definitely cooking at home more.

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    Radish the wordsmith  about 4 years ago

    No money coming in for most people.

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    fusilier  about 4 years ago

    We already knew the UPS and FedEx drivers by name….


    James 2:24

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    Michael G.  about 4 years ago

    Fools’ Paradise? I hope not!

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    sandpiper  about 4 years ago

    From all that I have read, it appears the transition from actual store visits to delivery has been made easier because of the numbers of home food and medicine delivery systems that were developed in the last decade. If we had needed to develop that system from the ground up in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, the numbers of people in difficulty would have been much higher and occurred much sooner. Apparently, this was one time when we came in ahead of the curve. Call it luck or whatever you will, it is working.

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Sure, keep the expendable working while we sit smugly in our homes.

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  about 4 years ago

    Make budgeting sexy.

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    Diane Lee Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Last Friday, I looked up a map of my state to find a county that had no reported cases of the Trump Plague. I had been self isolated for three weeks, so I felt like it was safe that I wouldn’t infect anyone, then drove 40 miles to the grocery store in that county. I’m 75 and have type A blood, so if you think that’s overreacting, I hope you’re right, but I doubt it. I got $200 worth of groceries, should last at least until the end of July.

    Then, I noticed a pharmacy tech and asked her " Are there any cases reported here yet?" Her answer: “We wouldn’t know, we have some people we’d like to test, but we have to get the tests from either St Louis or Chicago, and they don’t have enough to test their own people.” So, if you think you are in a Trump Plague free zone, that may be just another one of his lies.

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    William Bednar Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Looks like in the near future we’ll all return to the “hunter, gatherer” lifestyle?

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    pamela welch Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Staying home is no guarantee to saving money.

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    vree66 Premium Member about 4 years ago

    I’ve spent way more stocking up.

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