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Aug 11th 2012 6:12PM I live in Rochester, NY, and hands down its the most affordable place Ive lived, bought a 3 br double lot house for 60k,where I was before, Harrisburg PA or Wilmington DE, this house would be 150k easily. But thats OK, live somewhere else and leave Rochester to those of us who know its one of the best places to live in the country. we have finger lakes, wine country and a festival every week in the summer. Oh and no rush hour traffic either. Ive lived in several states and cities and visited 47 states, this place is the best.
Apr 24th 2011 9:20PM You can buy these things anywhere, Home Depot has them, so do most stores in the cleaning section, they have been around for a few years now this isnt a new product. They work OK, I find they dissolve too quickly but maybe Im using them too hard or on the wrong materials.
Mar 21st 2011 9:51PM LOL well I see someone else was thinking like me.. too funny!
Mar 21st 2011 9:49PM Oh a pouch is nostalgic? Here I was thinking some boones Farm or Bali Hai..pagan pink ripple? Now thats waaaay back!
Feb 25th 2011 4:54PM Who really cares when a company changes a logo. They still sell the same old stuff. I liked the old one better, even tho I havent been in their store in years. Wonder if my credit card still works?
And why red? If they wanted to stand out why look like Target and Macys?
Sep 6th 2010 7:54AM I quit buying most things at LL Bean because the stuff I used to buy was now imported. I used to also enjoy my annual trip to Maine to visit the original store, now theres one down the road that just opened and I havent been in yet, maybe never, because if I want a Chinese made shirt I can get a look alike one at Target, also in the same mall for a lot less. If their clothes were still made in USA I would never shop elsewhere. I also work at a Home Depot and sell kitchen countertops, and I make it a point to let customers know who are looking at CORIAN that its made in USA in Buffalo, New York, the look alike product is made in Korea. To most people over 40 or so, that makes a big difference. And the price is about the same.
Aug 8th 2010 9:18PM Has anyone thought of adding solar panels to the roof surface, to help charge the batteries while driving or parked where there is no electric outlet, and what about instead of a plug in, use an induction charger like those cell phone charging pads, could be built into each parking space, making it much easier to use.
May 25th 2010 7:00PM I joined facebook because people at work invited me. I never use it, cant even remember password, and always wondered what was so great about it anyway? I hav communicated with family and friends for years thru regular old emails, and I can send pics and anything else I guess can be done on FB. So it wont bother me to leave.
Apr 28th 2010 9:48AM I prefer to drive, because I like to and I can see what I would be flying over, sometimes I change my mind mid trip and decide to stop somewhere I hadnt planned to, discover new things I didnt know about, and if I find something I must have I can bring it home with me if it fits in my car. And I can make my own schedule. And no one searches my things or me before I start my trip. And I dont have to rent a car when I get there.
Apr 18th 2010 8:32PM No one mentioned a big reason people grow their own.. TASTE!
Sorry , but unless you go to farmers markets for fruits and vegetables, in season, the ones in the supermarket LOOK nice but are hard, tasteless, and probably full of pesticides and other things you wouldnt touch if you knew what was in it. And it does NOT take all that much equipment to garden, most people have the basics like rakes and shovels. Keep chemicals to a minimum, if you must use them at all, and even if it does cost a bit more the taste alone plus the satisfaction of saying "Yes I can" is so worth it.