Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Tuesday, October 20, 2015
As a general rule, I don’t shop at Publix because the prices are higher.
Until now, that’d been only a casual observation.
I had never formally price checked… until now.
Recently, I decided to purchase some groceries at Publix only because the store was conveniently along my route.
My preference continues to be for Kroger.
The 11 items purchased at Publix were: Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Monday, March 1, 2010
Sometimes, it’s difficult to have an effective title, or headline to a new entry, so I decided to have a bit’o fun with this one.
The readers will remember that at age 19 Amy Bishop killed her 18-year old brother Seth with a pump shotgun, to which I referred in previous entries – the most recent one being entitled “Amy Bishop’s Attorney Bryan Stevens – Can’t Read? Sure – just like Amy Bishop can’t shoot.”
The then-19-year-old Miss Bishop shot and killed her 18-year-old brother Seth, in the kitchen of their Braintree, MA home, after first “accidentally” discharging the same firearm in her bedroom upstairs, which blast her mother said she did not hear.
Following is Braintree Police Officer Charles N. Solimini’s recollection of the incident: …Continue…
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