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Old 09-02-2010, 04:15 PM
 
Location: Living on the Coast in Oxnard CA
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I think I will just learn how to juggle. That way I can carry everything I need home without the bag. LOL

How about a folding shoping cart that you can keep in the car. I could use a couple of these with my gang. Just take the cart in the store with you, load it up, take it to the checkout and unload it. Reload after purchasing your food, Unload in the car, reload when you take it out of the car.


man I am starting to get a head ache with all this loading unloading and reloading. Isn't there an easier way? Maybe I will just order my food online and have the store deliver it. LOL
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Old 09-02-2010, 05:44 PM
 
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Maybe I will just order my food online and have the store deliver it. LOL
Then they'll tax the crap out of that too.
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Old 09-02-2010, 05:54 PM
 
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I like the way Costco does it. Rather than throw out their large packaging boxes that the product got shipped in , they instead reuse them and pack the stuff you buy into there so those packaging boxes have one more use in their life before going to waste. Smart business move to since they don't pay extra to buy plastic bags for the consumer and keeps costs lower.

Mixed feelings about a plastic trash ban. I already think lots of people are making the switch to re-usable bags by choice. There is no doubt there are tons of plastic trash bags floating around in the ocean and we don't want our beaches to look like India, but I'm not sure if the government should force this on us just yet. There are more important issues facing us. Maybe in good economic times, but not right now.
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