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Crowe

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Posted: 03/17/20 07:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thoughts: Use RV tp in your stick-and-brick. It's better for your septic system if you have one. If you have a local butcher try going there. They are usually more expensive but you generally get better quality. Last Saturday I went to ours and yes, people were buying enough to stock up for a few extra weeks but they weren't wiping the place out. Hopefully that will continue to hold true.


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Herewith my hope that the Colvin brothers wind up having to eat that stuff, and basically lose their butts. That behavior deserves a sound whuppin, financially if not at the business end of a baseball bat.

I was gratified to read in the article that the Tennessee AG sent him a squad of investigators, along with a cease and desist letter, and is looking into prosecuting him. He deserves it.

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Herewith my hope that the Colvin brothers wind up having to eat that stuff, and basically lose their butts.

They did. They wound up giving the bulk of it to charity.

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To inject a little humor, a friend posted a picture on facebook

Huge flatbed semi with 1 roll of TP anchored to the bed. Some people are keeping a sense of humor and many are really creative.


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ib516 wrote:

Here's a tip for you. People are hoarding dog food too. We went to buy some of the blue bag we buy at Costco. Sold out. We are now mixing rice in with what we have left to stretch it out until we can get another bag.


I recall reading many years ago that half the dog food being sold in NJ was going to human consumption. I think at the time it was during some sort of financial crisis. I wouldn't be surprised if a similar thing takes place during these dire times.

Dog food won't kill you. I remember, as a kid, I sampled some canned dog food. It was actually pretty tasty. But I didn't make a habit of it. [emoticon]


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mr. ed wrote:

ib516 wrote:

Here's a tip for you. People are hoarding dog food too. We went to buy some of the blue bag we buy at Costco. Sold out. We are now mixing rice in with what we have left to stretch it out until we can get another bag.


I recall reading many years ago that half the dog food being sold in NJ was going to human consumption. I think at the time it was during some sort of financial crisis. I wouldn't be surprised if a similar thing takes place during these dire times.

Dog food won't kill you. I remember, as a kid, I sampled some canned dog food. It was actually pretty tasty. But I didn't make a habit of it. [emoticon]


Had a friend once that sauteed canned dog food with rice and said it was pretty tasty. Of course it was 3am after a party....

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Posted: 03/30/20 01:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I was at TopSail Preserve the week it was closing. The camp store had plenty of RV toilet paper so I bought a few packs. On the drive home, the wife ordered a bunch of plant based Dude Wipes - so clean butts around here for the time being.


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way2roll wrote:

mr. ed wrote:

ib516 wrote:

Here's a tip for you. People are hoarding dog food too. We went to buy some of the blue bag we buy at Costco. Sold out. We are now mixing rice in with what we have left to stretch it out until we can get another bag.


I recall reading many years ago that half the dog food being sold in NJ was going to human consumption. I think at the time it was during some sort of financial crisis. I wouldn't be surprised if a similar thing takes place during these dire times.

Dog food won't kill you. I remember, as a kid, I sampled some canned dog food. It was actually pretty tasty. But I didn't make a habit of it. [emoticon]


Had a friend once that sauteed canned dog food with rice and said it was pretty tasty. Of course it was 3am after a party....



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Lynnmor wrote:

There is a TP shortages at my local stores. Now would it make sense for me to just buy a roll or two and hope that I won't be raking up dry leaves next week?


I know you are joking but I refuse to stress out over toilet paper when there’s old cotton T-shirts and a washer & dryer in my house. This might be a good time to teach kids how to “make do”.

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califasrams wrote:

God is great,
beer is good,
PEOPLE ARE CRAZY[emoticon]
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