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I did not forget. I have been buying and freezing meat more than I
have ever done in my life.
>The other nice thing about Piedmont Grocery is that they put out a row
>of about 20 chairs, spaced the requisite six feet apart, leading up to
>the entrance. I don't know if the chairs stay out all day; I get there
>for senior hour, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., and my crappy spine is
>grateful to be able to sit while waiting to get in. Today, I don't
>know why, the line was very short, fewer than 20 people just before 9.
That's very interesting. I went (in person) grocery shopping today, for
the first time in several weeks. Safeway had long lines at the registers,
because only a few clerks were in place. I have not experienced waiting
in line to enter a business. I suppose that I will, eventually.
In other news, Safeway had some toilet paper in stock today. Also facial
tissue. But no wet wipes for skin, or disinfectant wipes for household
cleaning. I really miss the convenience of those wipes.
Oh yeah, some thug got angry at some store employees while I was there.
Perhaps they asked him to leave, since he was not wearing a mask. As he
exited the store, he cursed them and he knocked items off shelves
continuously. The employees, all women, followed him out but did not
otherwise confront him. I consider them to be quite brave.
David Arnstein (00)