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Apr 28
35

I have helped create these systems, and it’s not a simple or cheap thing to do. Read more

Apr 28
8

Not sure how “easier” it is when I try to do online pickups around here, they are all booked for days on end. It is much faster and actually less crowded here to run in, pick up what I want or a substitute and run out. Read more

Apr 28
32

Have you been to a Trader Joe’s during all this? They have one of the best experiences for actually going to a retail store. They limit the number of people in the store even though this leads to long lines outside the store. This reduces crowding and makes it easy to follow social distancing guidelines. They must Read more

Apr 28
38

There’s a line around the block to get into every Trader Joe’s I’ve tried lately. They’re doing just fine. They’ll continue doing just fine. They won’t lose business, because there’s no one that actually competes with them. They are the only boutique grocery store in most places in America, and the two buck chuck Read more

Apr 28
25

“What makes Trader Joe’s think that makes them so special?” Becuz they are. I could go on and on about why, but anyone who’s been in one more than a few times knows this. I’m sure no one will exclusively shop at one store or another, but it’s nice to know that TJs is there when the mood strikes.

Apr 28
49

They actually are sort of special, in the sense that they sell only their store branded goods, and the quality and prices are almost impossible to beat. Their food is not fungible with other supermarkets’ offerings.

Mar 4
3

If I’m emptying the pan to serve, I immediately fill it with about half an inch of water and let the residual heat cook off the junk. Then I rinse it and scrub off the solids with a plastic brush, and then dry and oil it.

Mar 2
33

Yes, sing Happy Birthday to measure the appropriate duration of hand-washing and, to wash effectively, use this process:

Feb 27
7

Seems reasonable right? Try to make changes, put new ideas into the public consciousness, start actual conversations to combat fear mongering, and maybe change the narrative. The effort is the point.

Feb 26
42

You should read where they got these numbers. They specifically mention that if trading continued as is, the plan would actually bring in approximately $4.8 trillion. They are claiming $2.4 trillion because they expect high frequency traders and algorithmic based trading formulas to trade ~50% less.

Feb 26
65

To add to your excellent point, here’s a helpful list of the most socialistic countries currently on the planet. As you can see, all of them are, without question, the most horrible places one could ever imagine: Read more

Feb 26
64

I really wanted to respond to this, but then you came off like a less-than-intelligent individual by the end (healthcare wise, if you’re paying into private healthcare, you no longer will be paying that and that money will essentially shift over to the tax, 2A advocates aren’t voting for any Democrats anyway, but yes, Read more

Feb 26
166

I get to use “Ok Boomer!" And how much was college 55 years ago compared to today? Cost of living? Cost of buying a home? Read more

Feb 26
359

All I did was make a list of the key points from the man’s plan. I think you’re angry at the wrong person.