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We usually hit Wally World about once a week, for a few things. It still looks like the third year of a Sander presidency.............hasn't gotten any better, for the most part, in some ways worse than a month ago. Significant holes all over. Really, they are the worst stocked of the local places.
I told the wife, it just about isn't worth coming in here anymore.
 

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It's socialism trial run 1.0.
How's that working out America? :brickwall:
 

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far as I am concerned all of this is fueled by the media and ********, just like the meat shortage they are busy trying to create. back when this started, I saw people with shopping carts completely filled with pt and tp. a friend saw one with a cart totally full of eggs. now that is a lot of eggs. they got people scared and are loving it.
 

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Meat is pretty sparse, canned goods, are hit and miss. TP, is very minimal. Rice,beans are sparse/gone. Eggs, pretty well non-existent.
 

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I've been looking to renew my flock this year, but Rural King never has any chicken breeds I want. Mine have some age on them, they did crank out 6 today though :dancing:
 

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Shelve are fairly well stocked here in Vegas. I shop primarily at Smiths (Kroeger) and Albertsons and although paper towels are still scarce from time to time, toilet paper is back on the shelves, just not the premium stuff like Charmin. Meat has taken a slight price jump ($5.99 lb for 93%) this week.
 

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If you’re ok with store brand eggs, Kroger had all you could want for .99 per dozen when we were there on Thur.
They had the higher priced ones available as well.

Also, besides stocked shelves, they had pallets of paper goods in the center aisles.
 

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I didn't go down the paper aisle at the local to me Dillon's store. A quick glance as I was going by looked like a fair amount of TP on hand. I don't know about the rest of the supplies.

The one thing they didn't have was the 3 pound boxes of sliced wrapped cheese. They did have a lot of 12 and 16 ounce packages.
 

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Went shopping with the wife yesterday. TP and paper towels were in abundance. Overflowing the shelves.

Lots of meat. Picked up hamburgers and steaks. Also some turkey legs to BBQ on Sunday.
 

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I haven’t been to a Wal-Mart in awhile but grocery stores here in central VA have pretty much everything now, save those scarcer items (TP, hand sanitizer, etc)
 

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Went to Wally World the other day (also a Safeway). Noticed nothing amiss, but admit we didn't look for TP as we never use any (well, a tiny amount for blowing the nose, etc.) as we have bidets. Plenty of stuff to buy. Wife just said to me that she didn't notice a rise in meat prices either.

For the record, twenty miles due south of Tucson area.
 

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It’s gotten somewhat better around me, TP and paper towels aren’t flying off the shelves. Still a lot of canned goods and instant boxed stuff awol. Trying to find chicken, pork or hamburger has been rough.

All that said I’ve noticed some people have been edgy. One guy wanted to fight in TSC a few weeks ago. Then a month or so ago in Walmart I actually found some Clorox tubes of Wuhan wipes. This old lady in a electric scooter wanted to whoop my ass because I grabbed two of them.

I think some people have had too much free time, plus the media has constantly shoved the doom and gloom down people’s throats.
 

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I haven't been to Wally World in six months at least.
 

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Employees at Super Centers are just plain surley. Act like they're gonna sob and cry if they have to unlock the ammo case, let alone sell you a fishing license.
The Neighborhood Walmarts are okay though. Good attitude and nice helpful employees. Super Center employees are just a bunch of rejects! I had to report one of the disgruntled terds Thursday.
Their business will continue to dwindle as they continue to mistreat customers!
About 12 more years then Walmart will go the way of KMart on us! Just watch.
Not sure why they even bother to sell ammo- they hate to unlock that case so much. What's really bad is when they have one of those tire store terds tending the ammo counter. Their concept of customer service is right up there with the filthiest part of Paris!
 

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I did not see Chlorox wipes the month I was in Scottsdale and have not seen them the 5 weeks I've been back here.
 
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Last week our local Krogers/Smith's had TP and paper towels...

That would be here in the Reno / Sparks area of Nevada.

Still... took a bit of time to recover!
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