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I'm down to my last 3 bottles of johnnie Walker. I hope Total Wine and More doesn't cancel delivery. Praying
 
Posts: 3747 | Location: Cucamonga, Ca | Registered: May 28, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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A good note on this. Local story about a woman grabbing every rool of TP off shelf this week at store.When asked why she needed so much she said need hell I am selling it.Manger walked up and told her.The sign says 2 per customer.If trying to buy more we can refuse to sale you any. Then told her and please do not try coming back in for more.



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Posts: 1688 | Location: Greensboro NC | Registered: May 24, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by RPROGAS:
The main thing that I remember was the generosity of everyone we encountered, War time brought people together with one main thought, helping each other. We become a very strong community, I hope that happens again here in America. My wife and I keep in contact with all of our friends and Family. Yesterday my wife sent checks to the people who cut her hair and do her nails just to help them while they have no income. It's really no big deal for us we are Blessed to have a steady income, although we are not wealthy sharing is easy. It's a great feeling when you help others, I actually believe that we get more from the experience than they do.


I agree 100% with that. I am not old enough to remember WWII, or even Vietnam; however I do remember the first gulf war, and how when we went to war the folks here stateside became united. There were parking lot rallies; of which I attended many. Famous folks holding concerts in wal-mart parking lots for donations which were given to help others. And now with this invisible enemy we are facing currently, in this immediate area, we are starting to see some of the good in people come out again. There are folks who've stepped up to deliver groceries among other things, free of charge-and they have no idea who the folks are, total strangers. I have always believed that there is good in everyone; however sometimes it takes an act of congress for that good to come out. But on that note, I live in a little bitty town of 800 people and I'm sure that has a lot to do with it. Big cities? I lived in one for most of my life and tired of it; moved out in 2013 and haven't looked back. I'm still (thankfully) working in the city though, the best part of my work day is watching the town disappear behind me as I drive over the hill. When I get home I know that folks around here are, well, different. Lot slower pace.
 
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Living in country does put this deal it to different perspective than a big city I guess. I have friends that are farmers and I have good sources for fresh eggs,chicken,pork and even fresh milk. Country folks seem more than willing to help each other .I do not know in toilet paper farmers and the hemp guys don't have anything in the fields right now. LOL Heck we have a gal at grocery gives us a heads up on deliveries.

While not as self sufficient as would like.Between my fully filled freezers,stocked canning goods and my wife's life long hoarding (now paying off) habits that I use to gripe about. We have not seen any real problem with staying put if have to. Well money flow might be issue if prolonged.



My biggest problem is local store has shut down our morning coffee and fertilizer secession. Which is making my wife have to hear my *****ing about democraps or dumb workers that can't figure out which is first crap or wipe.



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