The email from my local supermarket offered same-day delivery in as little as two hours. But the online ordering site tells me my order will arrive in five days. But still worth it.
But can an hour truly be two hours long? Ommmmm. Ommmmmm.
If someone always jumps up to say “It’s Canada goose, not Canadian goose”, then why isn’t it “Canada bacon, not Canadian bacon”? Just wondering.
So yesterday’s was NOT on purpose?
I haven’t heard anyone else bring that up yet. Good point, Arlo!
Ironic, isn’t it? BTW, how did you get the strike-through?
You are free to buy or not. And so is everyone else. “I wish nobody was stupid and everyone would eat like I think they should.” Yeah, me too, but I know wishing doesn’t work.
I asked what she wants instead and offered two possibilities, and nowhere did I say or imply “only”. Where do you see a dichotomy? Unless you mean the dichotomy between freedom and control; now that’s a TRUE dichotomy.
And if you have heard as many stories as I have of Soviet citizens visiting an American supermarket or drugstore and being overwhelmed by the number of choices, you would see the connection.
But he plays one on TV.