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Unfortunately, the lines are longer. People are buying fewer items but there are typically only a couple cashiers and one person handling the self checkouts. This leads to very long lines.

Time for those “I did that” stickers to show up.

A bloodstained hand gripping a sippy cup. Ha!

The shelves aren’t empty – they are “under stocked”

My sources at the WH say this isn’t
a problem because I can always order online.

    scooterjay in reply to Doc-Wahala. | January 17, 2022 at 10:47 am

    Now you know why Bezos got so many pardons while brick and mortar got sentenced. He is angling (with help) to be your single source supplier of the crumbs the oh-so-benevolent government will supply us with in the lockdown that occurs next November.

Time to recycle the old Soviet jokes.

A fellow goes to a department store and asks, “Don’t you have any shoes here?” The sales clerk answers, “Oh, no, we don’t have any furniture here. They don’t have any shoes on the third floor!”.

    alaskabob in reply to Milhouse. | January 17, 2022 at 11:09 am

    The “old” becomes “new” again. Everyone knew that when Pravda pushed cabbage recipes that the wheat harvest had failed. Welcome to the USSA comrade citizen.

The supply chain issue is interesting… Yes, we have no banana’s; or necessities for that matter; but the shelves were sure full of Valentine’s Day candies and other crap. By all means, supplement the diet with all the Whittman’s Samplers you desire – but forget about the eggs or bread.

#BareShelfBiden

Will Brandon ever realize just how big of a a** he is to the majority of America and the WORLD

Subotai Bahadur | January 17, 2022 at 2:28 pm

The obvious solution from a Federal point of view is to learn from systems they consider to be more progressive. Thus, they will have us stand in line to give our order to one government employee who will let us know if such is in stock. If it is, we will pay at that line, get a ticket, and go stand in another line. When we get to the front of that line, we will present the ticket and a government employee will fetch such that they have in stock, saving us all the stress of choosing brands, types, or quality.

It worked for 70 years in Russia!

Subotai Bahadur