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Today at Walmart USA in the South - FYI » Post #1

Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:23 in General Talk

So today my sister and I was at Walmart and I noted that shelves are much
less than they have been.

Many items almost out or very low quantity: Toilet Paper, Wipes, Antibacterial Hand Soap, Antibacterial Hand Sanitizer, Paper Towels, Dish Washing Liquid, Lysol and Clorox Disinfectant Wipes, Ramen Noodles, Tiny can food products-Beanie Weenies, Vienna Sausages, water.

I also noticed by looking at what others had in their cart...lots of meats, toilet paper, sanitizers and disinfectants, baby diapers (pampers, etc) dog foods and treats, can goods.

So that's how it is going presently in my neck of the woods.

Biggest record of gains in one day » Post #4

Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:13 in Success Stories

Hurry! Everyone move to Portugal.

:lol:

Future, What Will be Closed ???........tasman1 » Post #12

Thu Mar 05, 2020 18:21 in General Talk

LOL. :lol:

Future, What Will be Closed ???........tasman1 » Post #10

Thu Mar 05, 2020 17:44 in General Talk

I'm too lazy to be a prepper. That takes too much work.

When the virus kills me, I will be right here, slumped over my desk with my eyes
wide open staring at those $0.14 cent surveys. :shock:

Told you , read that topic » Post #2

Thu Mar 05, 2020 17:42 in General Talk

Sounds like something from an old outer space movie.

Future, What Will be Closed ???........tasman1 » Post #8

Thu Mar 05, 2020 15:17 in General Talk

The place to rush, is the two pharm companies making the virus.
But stock in those now, you might make a fortune tomorrow.

I read the anti virus (when ready) will cost between $50 to $100.
They'll make BILLIONS!

On the Walmart website, they stopped home delivery on toilet paper
and wipes, and some other items too. My sister and I was in a Walmart
today....guess what I bought? Yes, I bought toilet paper, wipes, and
Clorox antibacterial cleaning sheets. :lol:

One never knows. Better safe than sorry.

Future, What Will be Closed ???........tasman1 » Post #2

Thu Mar 05, 2020 13:25 in General Talk

Yeah, I think you are wrong.

People have a ways to go yet before the end. People are not cyborgs yet.

When 90% of the populations in the world have chip implants in their heads,
then it will be time to worry.

I was in a room full of Roy Orbison's » Post #11

Wed Mar 04, 2020 22:07 in General Talk

They rescheduled my surgery to the next Friday.......Friday the 13th. YIKESSSSS!!!! :o

I am nearsighted and no I have not had laser surgery.

Cataract removal surgery was my choice. In other words, I did not have to get it done
now. I saw no reason not to get it done now. With cataracts, they get worse with age
and vision is cloudy. Night driving is the worst.

They cut one or two tiny slits in the eye to place the new lens. The eye heals itself.
There are three different drops I take, 4 times per day after surgery. After one week,
I go down to two of the different drops for two more weeks.

Those drops are also used by me for three days before surgery. I'd say altogether
on surgery day, there are 50 drops they place in the eye, mostly before surgery and
some immediately after surgery. One of the drops is referred to as pepper because
it stings for several moments.

They covered me with a blanket and then placed over my face something that felt
like a heavy rubber blanket that reveals only the eye they operate on. They open
the eye with some tool that keeps the eye open. I did not feel anything at all. I
could see a bright light and I could see sort of a swishy fluid two times. The actual
surgery couldn't have took any more than 5 minutes.

I'll find out for sure what they gave me in my iv, my next surgery.

New game ..........................tasman1 » Post #9

Wed Mar 04, 2020 18:15 in General Talk

dutch1898 wrote: During the war years in Holland and even after the war,at our home with
a large family we used to cut squares of newspaper and tie them together
with a string.Remember having to do that as one of our chores.

That's interesting.

So far in my bunker ......tasman1 » Post #21

Wed Mar 04, 2020 10:01 in General Talk

Oh and yes 'The Pianist' is a movie.

Wonderful movie. I believe you can watch it free on Amazon Prime.

The Pianist (2002) Official Trailer - Adrien Brody Movie - YouTube

New game ..........................tasman1 » Post #5

Wed Mar 04, 2020 09:55 in General Talk

I suppose the ideal solution would be a bidet that washes your butt for you.

Oh yes, lovely subject. :silent:

New game ..........................tasman1 » Post #3

Wed Mar 04, 2020 07:29 in General Talk

There was a program on TV a few years ago about people that did things to save money.
There was a family in which the wife cut up rags and the family used the rags as toilet
paper. She kept two buckets in the bathroom. One bucket was for the clean rags and
the other was for the dirty rags. She would wash and dry the dirty rags.

I thought that mighty crazy but then again, mighty smart. Toilet paper has become
expensive.

In the USA many people such as myself, purchase both toilet paper and wipes.

I guess a person could collect leaves from trees.

Banana skins would work pretty well.....you'd have a sweet butt. :lol:

Banana butt Banana butt Banana butt! :mrgreen:

I was in a room full of Roy Orbison's » Post #9

Wed Mar 04, 2020 07:20 in General Talk

LOL. No I was not an anxious patient.

I will ask him this week what he puts in the iv.

No, no needle to the eye. They do place many drops in the eye before the surgery.....and after.

Yes start placing drops in the eyes several days BEFORE the surgery and then for three weeks
AFTER the surgery.

Yes it is mighty weird to think of anything going into the eye plus being cut.

So far in my bunker ......tasman1 » Post #18

Tue Mar 03, 2020 20:44 in General Talk

I have two very large buckets in one closet that are now about 6 or 7 years old.
They are extremely heavy and I have never opened them. I also have a special
opener for them placed atop one of them. They are packed with food. Each
bucket is good for 25 years. I think each bucket will feed one person for one
month. It might be two persons for one month, I forget. When I bought those
they were $50 a bucket. Last I looked, they are now $175 a bucket! That's
how much the price on those exact buckets have increased in 6 or 7 years.

The buckets contain various foods in malabar (not sure I spelled that correctly)
bags. They also contain the stuff to create a fire. I think it's mostly soups,
rice dishes, stews, beans, dried fruits and such.

Well, I have not done it in a long time but I have a dehydrator and have dried
banana chips myself.

Payout transaction fails » Post #2

Tue Mar 03, 2020 20:27 in Your Stats

Looks like you requested two payments and both were refunded to your ySense account.

My guess would be your PayPal account is not a perfect match with your ySense account.

You say all requirements are matched but you may want to double check that.

Your name and email must match EXACTLY the same as in ySense.

If all is a perfect match, submit a support ticket to ySense.

So far in my bunker ......tasman1 » Post #15

Tue Mar 03, 2020 20:22 in General Talk

My sister and I were at Walmart today and everything seemed to be in stock as usual.
I did see a few low items but nothing unusual.

Actually, I've been attempting the opposite without much luck. In other words, I am
always stocked to the brim.

My best friend as a child is Polish. Her families basement was always stocked with
goodies. Extra's like TP, Crisco, Soap, can goods, etc. She told me that since her
parents had gone thru the depression, they kept stocked up on stuff. My family
was close to the same and now I do the same too.

I probably have enough supplies to last one to two years.

Corona Virus Man Made to kill old ...tasman1 » Post #26

Mon Mar 02, 2020 17:31 in General Talk

No point worrying about it.

Keep yourself protected and not venture out any more than you have to.
Keep plenty of supplies on hand. That's about all you can do.

I was in a room full of Roy Orbison's » Post #7

Mon Mar 02, 2020 15:46 in General Talk

I've had several types of surgeries in my life time and I never got sick after surgery....
until this cataract surgery.

Yes they put put an IV in my hand. They shot two syringes of something in there.

I lost count on the drops before surgery in the outpatient. My guess is, about 30
or more drops.

The nurse that called to follow up on me this morning, just said to be sure and
let him know this Friday. She said they will generally put something behind the
ear. I thought that an odd thing to say. I wasn't off balance.

They do put lens implants in the eyes too, by the way.

The drops I take are very expensive but I have good insurance. One of the drops
I take is $75.00. The other two I take are approximately $45 each.

So far in my bunker ......tasman1 » Post #11

Mon Mar 02, 2020 15:35 in General Talk

Adrian Brody ate raw stuff in 'The Pianist'. :mrgreen:

I have a large can of bananas. Dried Banana chips. Crisp and sweet but you can eat them as is
or put them in stuff.

I guess if you had enough hydration in your stomach, the pasta would pass thru just fine.

Reminds me of something I heard in the show 'Outlander'. The guy says that the man got
kicked in the mouth by a bull and it knocked all his teeth down his throat. The man said
he was afraid to take a sxxx for fear he would get bit on the axx. :lol:

So far in my bunker ......tasman1 » Post #7

Mon Mar 02, 2020 12:30 in General Talk

Don't forget the 'Beano'. If you don't know what 'Beano' is, look it up. :lol:
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