Anyone Else Noticed the Price of Groceries Lately

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  1. grinder

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    Dairy Queen and Huddle house in Harrodsburg both temporarily closed the other day, lack of staff being the reason. The fecal matter is fixin’ to hit the rotary air handling device.
     
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  2. 00noturkey

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    the new administration, should give every american a wheel-barrow, to bring their money into a store, so they can buy something. thats the way we are going.
     
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  3. davers

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    Just wait until this on-going flux of illegal aliens flowing into our country reach a point of no return. They will use their "Government assistant" money and will raid our supermarkets grabbing all they can carry, leaving shortages of certain food items. Us tax paying U.S. citizens will have to compete with these "Government assistant" people, who are being subsidized by our tax dollars. Pretty soon we'll have close to a Billion population thanks to the Democrats & of course Joe Biden.
     
  4. 00noturkey

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    i have already seen shortage of things in major stores. if ya think it will get better, remember who's pulling the strings...
     
  5. rcb216

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    A big thanks to all those who voted Socialist Joe in!! All of ya need to be shot for treason.
     
  6. davers

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    Shortages of everyday items will most likely continue for several years; as we all know how slow the Government "Tries" to come-up with a solution, which is 99.9% of the time the wrong approach or solution.
     
  7. riverboss

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    Well our government is using copies of the constitution to wipe there ass, so toilet paper shouldn't be a issue this time around!
     
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  8. Danno

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    See now I'm more of a Wolf chili man myself, i like a little spice.
     
  9. Marsh CallUser

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    Home made chili is mo better than that store bought crap.
     
  10. baknblack

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    I've never tasted a store bought chilli I really like. It's just OK.
     
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  11. Danno

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    Don't get me wrong, my wife's chili is the ultimate, but life happens and she can't make homemade all the time. If I'm really hungry for it and i buy store brand it's wolf all the way
     
  12. Marsh CallUser

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    BTW, according to Texans, chili doesn't have beans in it. You put beans in chili down there, you might get a belt buckle upside the head.
     
  13. xbokilla

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    I got a buddy that doesn’t like beans in his chili. Strange. Now I don’t like a lot of noodles/pasta. I’ll use a little.
     
  14. xbokilla

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    We only have 3 in our house and it’s nothing to spend $200 on groceries and them not even last that long.
     
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  15. dirtstalker

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    Texans are fools then apparently lol. Chilli with no beans= chilli flavored sauce.
     
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