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1237 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 18 May 2020 at 3:49 PM (2 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-05-18 3:03:33 PM  
Now that is how you do it.
 
2020-05-18 3:20:54 PM  
Damn it... there's something in my eye.  That's an awesome story

On the other hand... Fark!  Richest country in the world and shiat like this still happens...
 
2020-05-18 4:07:46 PM  
That is a goodness. Thanks for sharing it. It's so important that we look out for each other... now, more than ever.
 
2020-05-18 4:16:35 PM  
F*ckin' dust.

/I wish good people were in charge.
 
2020-05-18 5:39:27 PM  
Awesome sauce!
 
2020-05-18 5:42:56 PM  
I love this kind of article. We're getting accustomed to everyone being a jerk, but in reality most people aren't. We just don't hear about them so much.
 
2020-05-18 6:42:05 PM  
A good reminder that not everyone can re-open. I can afford to buy milk and bread for a few seniors I know. I should save them the worry of standing in line at the grocery store, or lugging it all home instead of taking the bus.
 
2020-05-18 7:05:06 PM  

Bennie Crabtree: A good reminder that not everyone can re-open. I can afford to buy milk and bread for a few seniors I know. I should save them the worry of standing in line at the grocery store, or lugging it all home instead of taking the bus.


One of the good things I've seen on Nextdoor is people offering to help out each other with shopping and supplies. That's nice to see.
 
2020-05-19 1:56:31 AM  
I live alone and cook from scratch. I also compost.

I put my recyclables out at least once a month, even if the container isn't full

I think I put my trash out in February or March. I'll probably do it again in either June or July.
 
2020-05-19 4:34:49 AM  

gietmay: I live alone and cook from scratch. I also compost.

I put my recyclables out at least once a month, even if the container isn't full
I think I put my trash out in February or March. I'll probably do it again in either June or July.


I do not compost or scratch cook. But I am similar on the other two. I put out the recyclable bin way more often than the trash. But I do wait until it is full. I put one out last week. Saw my neighbors. They said that they were going to come check on me. BS. The only way some one will find me is if the mailman puts in a report. I expect that to be after a month. The home delivery of groceries has become very easy from my supermarket. They even have times available the same day. And only $4 fee if you pick the anytime at all option.
 
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