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I bought Sweet Potatoes at Fry's this afternoon and it hit me that Dan Quayle is the new owner.
February 25, 2011 | Permalink
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The self checkout at Fry's....part of the reason I stopped shopping there...there is just something wrong with that.
February 27, 2011 at 01:31 PM
And shouldn't you be shopping at Basha's, anyway?
Fry's is unionized. A bunch of union thugs work there, all represented by the UFCW. UNIONS, for God's sake, are killing America and ruining this country. How can you patronize a grocery store with a union contract? Where's Scott Walker when we need him? Shopping at Walmart?
Won't find any union thugs at Basha's, though. No liberals there, either. Actually, at the Basha's in my central Phoenix neighborhood, you won't find much of anyone. Customers, in particular. I've spent the last ten years wondering when it's gonna close down for lack of business. And then blame its downfall on the union organizing attempt.
Mr. Potatoe Head |
February 27, 2011 at 09:48 PM
If you really want to shop under the union radar, support the underpaid and down-trodden you should shop at Food City. Often the only store to service some of the down-economy locations in our state. Great selection and prices.
February 28, 2011 at 09:51 AM
Basha really pushed the Prop 302 campaign to keep the money in First Things First; it was probably more to keep his wife’s hobby going more than anything. Anyway, the millions of unused dollars they’re holding could have been used to help cover some of the deficit, and the tobacco tax would have went towards funding social service programs and child healthcare. However, the State is still bleeding, and FTF is still holding over $300M in its account. On top of the fact that FTF still has over $300M in its account, they offered to “loan” the money to the State to pay down the deficit. That tells me the money isn’t being spent at the same level it’s coming in, which also leads me to believe it’s not being used for its intended use.
February 28, 2011 at 06:01 PM
Potatoe...what do you mean no liberals? Eddie himself is a big time liberal. I beleive he supports unionization as long as it isn't in his stores.
February 28, 2011 at 11:21 PM
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