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Walmart today March 18 » Post #14

Thu Mar 19, 2020 14:57 in General Talk

The ones I buy are about $12 for 24 oz. They are labeled 'Wonderful' and are roasted and salted.

Now let me see where they come from.....

Well, I can't see....let me get my readers.....

HaHa! They are from 'Lost Hills, California'.

My sister bought a couple of years ago for my birthday, $50 bag from
Amazon. Really big bag but I didn't care for them. I think they were
not salted.

This pandemic will last AT LEAST 18 months or more » Post #10

Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:07 in General Talk

It's crazy how high the national debit is.

National Debt by Year Compared to GDP and Major Events

Australians are FIGHTING over toilet paper ! » Post #11

Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:02 in General Talk

Well I don't know if it would stop fights but it surely would have
kept those hog heads from filling up their carts with all the tp.

Australians are FIGHTING over toilet paper ! » Post #7

Thu Mar 19, 2020 07:07 in General Talk

The store is to blame in this case.

Obviously stores know by now, there are people that will grab a lot.
These types of items should be limited to one per shopper.

There are very greedy people in this world.

This pandemic will last AT LEAST 18 months or more » Post #5

Thu Mar 19, 2020 07:04 in General Talk

Maybe if the USA sues China, we can get some of our money back of the ton we borrowed from them. :roll:

Take care of your hands » Post #5

Thu Mar 19, 2020 07:02 in General Talk

Good point!

Walmart today March 18 » Post #12

Thu Mar 19, 2020 07:01 in General Talk

Usually it is just a few that are not open wide enough but the things
are so expensive, I hate to throw them away. Yep, might need to
take you up on your suggestion of knife.

tasman1, it is such a headache to delete posts here these days...
or set them for deletion, I should say. I have to wait for the
page to stop and it never seems to and then it's difficult to pull
the forum back up.

Walmart today March 18 » Post #9

Wed Mar 18, 2020 21:26 in General Talk

Yeah, almost cracked a tooth a time or two trying to open the pistachios that
weren't open wide enough to get the goodie out of it.

The positive side of Coronavirus19 - Yes there is » Post #6

Wed Mar 18, 2020 18:00 in General Talk

Positive 7 - Maybe fat people will lose some weight

Positive 8 - The younger generation will realize there is not always a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

Walmart today March 18 » Post #7

Wed Mar 18, 2020 17:55 in General Talk


Walmart today March 18 » Post #6

Wed Mar 18, 2020 17:53 in General Talk

The thing is, the way I shop is no different than the way I always shop.
I tend to have plenty of most everything.

The items I have purchased that I don't normally purchase are:

Dial antibacterial bar soap - I think it is a pack of 8 bars
Equate antibacterial foaming hand wash citrus - I bought two

Today at Walmart I bought the following:

8 pack of white boards that I use for jigsaw puzzles
One small onion
One small bottle of hot sauce
One large bag of pistachios

Walmart today March 18 » Post #3

Wed Mar 18, 2020 13:19 in General Talk

I mentioned the milk because it was all gone the other day.

Yeah, the cashier run her finger under her nose twice and rubbed her face
several times. She was someone new or doing that job she normally does
not do. She had to call the manager over when my sister did an electronic
check. I had a handful of those cheap little sanitizer cloths you can grab
before you walk into the store and I kept rubbing my hands with those.

I've gotta go out tomorrow but after tomorrow, I think I am going to
reserve myself to in house and no where else unless an emergency.

Walmart today March 18 » Post #1

Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:48 in General Talk

My sister and I was in the Walmart today and the shelves look very pitiful.
Although there was some stockers stocking shelves, it was few.

There was plenty of milk. The milk cases are full.

It's a stormy rainy day today so not as many out and about.

Many of the shelves are totally empty. No bread at all. Most can goods are gone,
including soups. Most pastas are gone. No rice, no beans. Cold cereal extremely

Almost all meat and fish gone.

Anyway, today is the worst day for Walmart in my area. So many products are
totally out.

Also, I noticed far less workers. Less cashiers.

Fentanyl @Darkstar2 » Post #14

Wed Mar 18, 2020 06:55 in General Talk

I'll keep my sunglasses on. 8-)

Cure / Vaccine being BLOCKED - Evil has taken over » Post #5

Wed Mar 18, 2020 06:53 in General Talk

Testing generally takes a very very long time.

Even if China had a preventive now, they would be mighty crazy to administer
it to the people without testing.

World Wide Lockdown....tasman1 » Post #9

Tue Mar 17, 2020 20:39 in General Talk

Well that just confirmed a case about thirty minute drive from me. A 69 year old man
confirmed to have it.

Poll , New Owners ???????......tasman1 » Post #2

Tue Mar 17, 2020 17:42 in General Talk

Fentanyl @Darkstar2 » Post #12

Tue Mar 17, 2020 17:38 in General Talk

It is also said there is no point in cataract surgery or laser surgery when dead.

I couldn't see the cataracts because I had cataracts and now that the cataracts
are gone, I can't see the cataracts. I can't see the cataracts because the cataracts
are gone, that is why I can't see them now, cause they are gone now, that is why.

Fentanyl @Darkstar2 » Post #10

Tue Mar 17, 2020 14:48 in General Talk

No I did not have laser surgery. Actually too old for that. No point in it anyway at my age.

No, during cataract surgery they remove the lens in your eye and insert new lens.

The lens in your eye will get cloudy with age. Some people more cloudy than others. Most
people that have cataracts, as they age, the cloudiness becomes worse and worse and worse.
So what they do during surgery is cut a tiny opening and remove the lens from the eye and
insert a new lens. Then you have to use three various prescription of drops four times a
day that helps the new lens and eye heal. That's it in a nutshell. You can look on YouTube
as there is some videos there about the surgery.

Yep, it's all leading up to the extinction of paper money.

Maybe the best place to be is on a very warm remote island that has plenty of coconuts.
I'll have to send Tom Hanks a letter.

how is everyone? » Post #10

Tue Mar 17, 2020 14:32 in General Talk

Hey, it might be a good idea to change your filters frequently.
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