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Concealed carry....no one needs to know.

We are dealing with a fucked up society that doesn't even know what bathroom to take a piss in and sick bastards in drag are reading stories to kids.
No open carry in a no open carry state is a mute point.

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Joecruiser wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:22 pm
TACC wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:14 pm
You'll have to go to Aldi's
Great idea....let's support them and send all our money to Berlin.
Oh, and Trader Joe's is a....trader. $$$ goes to Berlin too.
Same company owns both Trader Joe's and Aldis , Aldis has the same stuff at discounted prices, the snobby left doesn't know any better , its genius marketing for lesser known brands.

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Tenzing_Norgay wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:10 pm
Who the heck still shops at Publix?
It's the subs man....I'm guessing your a subway fanboi.........

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gforester wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:39 pm
Tenzing_Norgay wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:10 pm
Who the heck still shops at Publix? They add $1 ~ $2 to every item in order to pay for the outrageous employee benefits. I wouldn't shop there if it were free...
Do you have a problem with companies that pay a living wage and offer benefits? I prefer shopping at Publix over any other supermarket.
Yes. They're grocery store workers. No need for $1m retirement packages.

You go ahead and shop at Publix... give them your extra $$$. I'll shop elsewhere and spend those savings on ammo.

Aldi FTW...
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Joecruiser wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:46 pm
Well, same goes quality foods, the cleanliness of the establishment and top notch customer service.
Who needs customer service in a grocery store (or Home Depot)? I don't need any help. I go in, get my shit and leave. This isn't a day spa...it's an effin' grocery store. :roll: You're probably one of those people who returns food... :lol:

Nothing more annoying then when I'm deep in concentration over which to buy...Jif or Peter Pan...crunchy or smooth, and some green-smocked, bespectacled moron with an 80's porn-stache comes up: "Can I help you sir?" I always reply 'Yes...which one does your wife prefer to use when she's home alone with the dog?" :roll: :roll:
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rentprop1 wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:45 pm
Tenzing_Norgay wrote:
Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:10 pm
Who the heck still shops at Publix?
It's the subs man....I'm guessing your a subway fanboi.........
Neither. I don't enjoy waiting four hours for the granny to finish making my sub (Publix) and Subway tastes like wood chips & formaldehyde.
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https://www.sun-sentinel.com/features/d ... story.html

Aldi vs. Publix: Price Comparison on 10 Common Food Items is Shocking

Doreen Christensen
By DOREEN CHRISTENSEN
SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL |
JAN 26, 2019 | 7:34 AM

I scan the grocery advertisements inserted into the newspaper each week to see what's on sale. I'm usually shocked to see the price difference on food at Aldi and Publix.

Here are 10 items you can buy at Aldi for 75 percent less than advertised sale prices at Publix starting Jan. 24. Plus, in most instances, Aldi's sizes are larger than those at Publix, which makes items an even better value.

Florida strawberries

Publix: $3.99 per pound

Aldi: $1.39 per pound

Fresh chicken breasts

Publix: $3.99 per pound

Aldi: $1.49 per pound

Chicken wings

Publix: $3.69 per pound

Aldi: $1.49 per pound

Meal kit

Publix: $12.99 Aprons Chicken Pomodoro (26.5 ounces)

Aldi: $8.99 Tyson Beef Pot Roast Kit (2.75 pounds)

Haas avocados

Publix: $1 each (5 for $5)

Aldi: 39 cents each

Navel oranges

Publix: 99 cents per pound

Aldi: $2.19 for 4-pound bag (.54 cents per pound)

White seedless grapes

Publix: $2.49 per pound

Aldi: $1.19 per pound

Salad Kit

Publix: 2 for $5 (7- to 8.75 ounce package)

Aldi: $1.99 (11.1- to 13.6-ounce package)

Potato Chips

Publix: 2 for $5 (5- to 7.7-ounce bag)

Aldi: $1.89 per bag (15-ounce bag)

Tortilla Chips

Publix: 2 for $5 (8.5- to 11.25-ounce bags)

Aldi: 99 cents (13-ounce bag)

Grand total (1 item/1 pound)

Publix: $36.64

Aldi: $20.35

While Publix is renown for its freshness, selection and customer service, Aldi was named the 2018 Retailer of the Year by Supermarket News. The fast-growing grocer's prices and its high-quality store-brand products were cited as the main reasons for its selection for the second time since 2015.


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And let's not forget the "Cum" debacle... :lol:

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