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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

I was in line 6 hours to buy a Commemorative paper

I want to know if I was the only crazy person who went in the store at 2pm and did not come out until 8 pm for a PAPER???? So, I have said paper and have been able to see the AM edition of this same paper. The AM edition was .50 plus tax in-store, home delivery was 41 and the 4-5 PM Commemorative printing was $1.50. I hear that purchases tomorrow will be $10. The paper delivery dispatch truck was from just leaving the pick-up source, stuck in traffic to down the road at... to on it's way and more in those six hours.

While in line we shared laughs, stories, chats with kids, the store personnel (fussing them out about not knowing when the paper would arrive), mints, pretzels and bottled water courtesy of the store manager. BIG UP IBIN!!!! The store personnel brought a chair out and a stool. AWWWWWWWWW, how nice. Too bad I was #7 in the line. I was about to sit down but decided to stick it out because of having over 28+ years of on foot jobs. After it's all said and done, I made my part of the newspaper purchasing history if nothing else.

Anyone else have a Commemorative paper story to tell?

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