Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry for March 25, 2023

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    Purple People Eater  9 months ago

    At least it’s not a lumber yard.

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    nosirrom  9 months ago

    So I take it that he Ent going to Walmart.

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    Gina Carson  9 months ago

    Wal*Mart is passe. Now there’s a Dollar General over every horizon… or Subway.

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    Ellis97  9 months ago

    I’ll never shop at Walmart.

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    paulprobujr  9 months ago

    Where’s the Huorns when you need them?

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    Chithing Premium Member 9 months ago

    Wal-Mart: it’s like indentured servitude, only modernized.

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    car2ner  9 months ago

    I just had this conversation with friends the other day. Hubby and I travel a lot and no matter where we go, there is bound to be a Wal-mart. Even when we went to Mexico we saw a big Walmart (no we didn’t stop it).

    I was never a big fan of Dollar General until we started traveling to small villages. It takes time and money to drive up to an hour to the nearest big town. Then we end up going out for lunch while we are there. The small mark up at DG is worth saving the wear and tear of frequent “drives into town”.

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    Chris Sherlock  9 months ago

    There are advantages to being rooted to the ground, it seems.

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    fritzoid Premium Member 9 months ago

    Without going out of my room, I can see all things on earth.

    Without looking out of my window, I can know the ways of heaven.

    The farther one travels, the less one knows.

    George Harrison (originally Lao Tzu)

    The Tree That Knows Stuff ought to know that…

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