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General Discussion / How should groceries deal with "By The Case"
« on: April 12, 2019, 02:02:58 AM »
In KRM you shop around single items when you get to the register you tell them what cases you want, you pay, cases are always in bold @ the end of the receipt and you have someone bring it to you

Bingo has extra wide shopping carts +  you can use the bottom for cases

Gourmet Glat narrow carts most cases don't even fit in the bottom you shop 3-4 cases you're ready to check out or push 2 carts

Rousners  No Cases

Amazon & Walmart Deals / Samasung 860 EVO 500GB SSD $77.99
« on: February 10, 2019, 07:11:44 PM »

For $137 you get the pro

The most important difference between the EVO and PRO is the TBW factor. Comparing the 500GB model, the EVO is build to handle up to 150TBW and the PRO 300TBW.

Wow how prices drop
This has never sold for less than $177.99 from Amazon where it has 4.7 star ratings.

I bought a 500GB HD for $150 about 10 years ago, now you get ssd for half price.

General Discussion / USPS presorted Discount
« on: January 01, 2019, 02:55:02 PM »
Anyone here familiar with presorted USPS requirements?

Shark Navigator Upright Vacuum for Carpet and Hard Floor with Lift-Away Hand Vacuum, Pet Tool, HEPA Filter, and Anti-Allergy Seal (NV352), Lavender - $98.00

Tech Talk / USB Flash Drive Format For Auto
« on: November 25, 2018, 09:27:40 PM »
I bought this Toyota sienna doesn't detect was formatted with fat/32 Any ideas?

DDF DO Board / Bikur Cholim DO
« on: November 20, 2018, 03:39:48 PM »
@ExGingi is having terrible pain reading and laughing, I think it would only be mentchlich to go visit (And make him cry?)

ALOL. Please have mercy on me. I have a cold and laughing is painful.
ALOL (quite painfull given my current cold).

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Just Shmooze / Election Results Pre 2020
« on: November 06, 2018, 03:44:43 PM »

What are your thoughts about this warning that you see almost on every other product, do you refrain from buying/using items with warning?


A vague Prop 65 warning sign at Disneyland Resort.
Some businesses in the state post similar notices on their premises, even when they have not evaluated the actual level of risk from a listed chemical they know is present.[22] Warning signs are often posted at gas stations,[23] hardware suppliers,[24] grocery stores, drug stores, medical facilities, and many other businesses.[25][26] Government agencies,[27] parking garages, hotels,[26] apartment complexes,[28] retail stores,[29] banks, and restaurants[30] also post warning signs because of the possibility of hazardous chemicals being present in everyday items or the nearby environment. Some large businesses, such as utility companies, mail a Prop 65 notice to all customers each year to warn them of dangerous substances like natural gas[31] or the sand used in sandblasting.[32]

There is no penalty for posting an unnecessary warning sign.[33] Because of the overuse of the vague warning, the ubiquitous signs ultimately communicate very little information to the end user.[23][34] This problem has been recognized by California courts,[35][36] advocates,[23][37] and businesses.[26]

Political controversy over the law, including industry attempts to have it preempted by federal law, have died down, although preemption bills continue to be introduced in the U.S. Congress, most recently H.R. 6022 [38] (introduced June 6, 2018). However, enforcement actions remain controversial. Most of the Proposition 65 complaints are filed on behalf of straw man plaintiffs by private attorneys, some of whose businesses are built entirely on filing Proposition 65 lawsuits.[35][39][40]

Proposition 65 has also been criticized because the majority of settlement money collected from businesses has been used to pay plaintiffs' attorney fees.[41] Businesses paid over $14.58 million in attorney fees and costs in 2012, 71% of all settlement money paid.[42]

California requires the following notice:

WARNING: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm

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