I thought if I went to the supermarket at 3 p.m., everyone would still be home watching the Eagles game. I was wrong. It was even worse than a blizzard crowd, because they were buying so much more food; a lot of people had two full carts.
And then you had to stand and wait just to get your cart around a corner.
I didn’t have that much to get, but the computer went down in the first line I stood in. I finally gave up and went into another line. Same thing. I spent about an hour waiting in line. I read every issue of every junk tabloid they had and I’m glad to be home.
My old singer-songwriter bud Gina Kaz:
Todd with a bossa nova version:
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