I’m just wondering what YOUR opinion of Save-A-Lot is?
I view them as a monument to highly processed, microwaveable convenience food with not enough real food to pull me in very often.
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I noticed yesterday that the former Pitbullz BBQ now has a sign that it will reopen in March. If I saw it correctly I think it said March 8. It will reopen as a “7 Mile” BBQ. They have one location in Circleville. I’ve eaten there several times – sometimes great, sometimes not so much. The last time I went there I bought a pound of burnt ends but ended throwing them away because they came sauced. Really? Put the sauce on the side! I truly hope that they strive for consistency and I hope that everyone tries it at least once.
Correction: March 2nd, not March 8.
I need someone to explain this aspect of English to me – “Give and Take”. Take is defined as “lay hold of (something) with one’s hands; reach for and hold.” while Give is defined as “freely transfer the possession of (something) to (someone); hand over to.”
Ok, here is what I question….I hear people say that have to “go take a crap”. Are they really going to lay hold of crap with one’s hands? Ewwwwww. I’m guessing they really mean they they want to “give a crap”. Now comes the second part of the problem. When people want to indicate that they do not care about something they say that they “don’t give a crap”. Is giving a crap the opposite of taking a crap? The mental image of the opposite of taking a crap is truly disturbing.
The confusion continues – why are the words “caregiver” and “caretaker” not opposites?
I recently got a 1099 on a small savings account that I have for saving for a specific purpose. I get .9% interest on the account. I think I made a whole $15 interest. The .9% does not even cover the loss due to inflation.
It struck me as a bit outrageous that while I am losing money on the account and yet I still have to pay tax on that $15!
Yet another case where the government is punishing a positive behavior.
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