Tips on frugal food-buying in the Philadelphia region

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> > How nice, a vulgar, semi-literate rant.
10 to 1 he's connected with academia - an overaged grad student. I can smell his Birkenstocks from here.
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Jack Denver
> How nice, a vulgar, semi-literate rant.
Spoken like a business person whose ego is bruised... I found the page inspiring because like most people I think retail businesses deserve to get slapped around from time to time.
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surely100
>> >> I remember >> when we lived in the northeast (Philly not Bucks), there were numerous >> fruit >> and veg stands all over, you just had to know which ones were legit and >> who >> had good stuff > > That's just the type of information the OP is providing, > just not for your little corner of the city. > >>.... Know your coupons, your stores that have better prices >> than most, shop discounters, > > Again, that's just what he's proposing, if you bother to read > the first few paragraphs. So why are you crying? Maybe > because you're not original enough to create a web page yourself? >
Need a little dip with that big old chip on your shoulder, Sparky?
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James G, at SnoopJeDi@gmail.com, wrote on Monday 28 April 2008 01:17 am: >>
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> > Depending on where you live in the delmarva area, you can save a good > pinch by doing holiday/bulk shopping in Delaware and saving that sales > tax.
Very true. I love to watch the Widescreen TVs in the back of pickups coming down the road from Delaware on Saturday afternoons. That and your sundry appliances. Rarely an empty pickup truck in the areas on weekends. Those discount stores sit right on the state borders for a reason.
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