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Jane Austin

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Ali Velshi is smart and well-informed.

It's a pleasure to watch him.

My dogs

were fascinated with those races today.

It's pouring

in Austin right now.

Stay safe everybody.

I thought he looked familiar.

He really stood out amongst all those bleached blonde republican women.

What happened between October 2016 and March 2017

That changed his conviction to an acquittal?

I didn't see that part of the story.


Absolutely Amen!

And Amen.

What's Up Doc!

Laughed like mad, and sat through two showings.

Price is secondary for me. Quality is first.

Costco has quite a few things that are simply exceptional that I can't get anywhere else.

The fact that the prices are great is just a bonus and means I will buy them there.

No one has mentioned their croissants. I can only eat them occasionally, but they are yummy. I freeze them individually.

Premier Protein shakes are 30 grams and delicious. So much cheaper than other brands and they have more protein.

I recently bought their chicken meatballs to serve with masala sauce. Delicious, and easy to store in jars.

One more thing. I love their toilet paper and love that it's cheap.

I beat the storage problem by leaving most of it in the trunk of my car until I need it.

I'm widowed, but it's still great.

I had a hard time adjusting at first, but I bought a bunch of Ball glass jars (pint-sized)and plastic lids for them.

When I open anything with several servings, I just put serving-sized amounts in those jars and freeze them. I always have delicious and healthy food on hand that way.

If you don't have a separate freezer, you'd be surprised at how (relatively) cheap small ones are. It really cuts down on shopping trips and on eating stuff that isn't good for you.

I freeze cheese, soup (their chicken/tortilla soup is my mainstay), leftovers, vegetables, mushrooms - before they go bad just microwave for a few minutes and freeze in ice cube trays. Pop them out and store in sandwich bags. Add them to any and every thing.

That huge bag of organic frozen broccoli isn't so big once you microwave it and freeze it in jars.

They have some wonderful things and if you plan a little it's well worth the membership.

I don't know, but

he's damned smart. He's quick and doesn't take endless bullshit from Republicans.
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