Posted by William Charles on January 11, 2017
Recaps recap

Published on January 11th, 2017 | by William Charles

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Recap: Hunt For Virgin Duckies, Wells Fargo New Compensation Plan & More

 

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9 Responses to Recap: Hunt For Virgin Duckies, Wells Fargo New Compensation Plan & More

  1. Credit says:

    Amazon doesn’t sell fresh food. Maybe it does?

    All I saw was canned stuff.

    Also I have seen people at my grocery store use food stamps and then get into big ass SUVs.

    • momosan says:

      Amazon does sell fresh food in some markets – not surprisingly called Amazon Fresh. I believe it started as Amazon Fresh Express out in Seattle, and it came to my area out here on the east coast in the last 6 months or so.

      As for your other point, a few years ago, someone I knew wrote up an article about going to a food bank in her pretty car. Moral of her story was, shit happens, try not to judge.

      • Credit says:

        My second statement was a simple statement of fact. I know what I saw. There was no judgement in that sentence if taken at face value.

        Its as inouccuous saying I saw the sun rise in the morning. No one would jump up about that sentence because they have no agenda to defend themselves regarding that.

    • Steve says:

      I have given a friend, who uses food stamps and doesn’t have a working car, a ride to the grocery store. So, the vehicle they get into doesn’t necessarily mean much.

  2. Robert Unferth says:

    “Also I have seen people at my grocery store use food stamps and then get into big ass SUVs.”

    The recurring anecdotal myth. Sort of like UFOs.

    • Credit says:

      I said “I have seen” not “I have heard from other people”

      • Fathiss says:

        Do you think maybe they stole it? The UFO, I mean SUV?

        • Credit says:

          Probably not. Likely Obama handed it out to them like candy, while getting IRS to throw people that made small mistakes on their taxes into the prison.

          If you are going the break the law break it spectacularly and everyone will try to give you a break. If you break it slightly you will get shafted.

  3. John says:

    I have seen lots of people who spend their lives feeling bitter toward others rather than just trying to live their own lives and not worrying about other people’s circumstances.

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