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What are the most famous grocery shopping hacks?

I don’t know if they’re famous, but here are my grocery shopping tips:Don’t shop on the first of the month, if you can avoid it. The first of the month is when food stamps refill (CalFresh card if you’re in California), as well as WIC vouchers. That’s also pay-day for lots of people. So whether they’re on assistance or not, lots of people hit the grocery store on the 1st. So stores are going to be insanely busy.Don’t shop between 5pm and 7pm if you can avoid it. This is the time when many people are getting off work, or people about to start night shifts are getting last minute errands done before they have to go in. Any day of the month, 5pm-7pm is rush-hour in a grocery store.Stick to the outer perimeter of the store: Fresh produce, butcher section, dairy section, and bakery all tend to be around the outside edges of the store. At least, go around the perimeter first, and then go down the middle rows if you need more items.Plan your needs for the next several meals and create (and stick to) a list of ingredients.Don’t fall into the convenience trap of frozen lasagna on Sunday, frozen chicken nuggets on Monday, frozen PF Chang’s on Tuesday, frozen pizza on Wednesday… it gets boring for one, and for two, you aren’t in control of what you’re eating when you do that. It’s easy, but… it’s also easy to forget the carbs/fat/salt/preservatives/who knows what else that are in those foods.Once you know the route of your store, write your lists out with ingredients in mind based on where they are in the store. If you know you need apples and oranges for your fruit salad on Monday, but also need tomatoes and peppers for your spaghetti on Wednesday, put them on the list together. That way you don’t have to double back to the produce section as you work your way down the list. You save time, energy, and run less risk of missing an item on the list.There’s nothing wrong with needing convenience once in a while, or just wanting a special treat. Save frozen items like frozen pizza or ice cream for the very end of your list so they’re the final thing you grab on your way to the check out.Place items on the conveyor belt in the order you want to bag them (or have them bagged). For me, it’s this order: Non-food (paper towels, dish soap etc.), packaged non-refrigerated food (pasta, canned beans, etc.), then frozen food, then dairy; followed by hearty produce that can take a bit of abuse (potatoes, cabbage, etc.), followed by softer produce (bananas, salad), followed by an ample empty space, and finally meat, then eggs.If I’m buying alcohol I save that for very last on the conveyor belt. That way if I get carded I don’t have to stop everything to dig out my ID. Not sure if it’s the same for anywhere else but in California the checker can’t keep checking out other items once the alcohol triggers the “verify ID” thing in the registers. It halts everything. So I just save it for last since I’ll be ready with my wallet out by the time the checker gets to the booze anyway. Keeps things moving along quickly.Finally, pay by cash or debit card (so it’s “real money”) as opposed to paying on credit. This will help you spend less and stick to your original plan rather than splurging on items you didn’t start out intending to buy.

What would it take for Americans to finally agree we need a mandatory unified gun licensing, training, certification-recertification regime with background checks, license tiers, trust vouchers, registration, transfer reporting, & waiting periods?

Honestly, at this point? Nothing,Let’s be honest here. These demands represent a massive give to leftists in the country who have openly said that they really want to ban most, or all, firearms. I mean, it’s the kind of stuff that they’ve been dreaming of for quite some time, and it allows them to just confiscate firearms whenever they feel like.Let’s look at what you expect the gun owners give up.Mandatory unified licensing; So, some federal agency will have the list of every person who owns a gun, except for the ones that aren’t submitted for this tracking program. This is literally designed for abuse, and the next time people like you decide you know what’s best for America (which, spoiler alert, you really don’t) and come for our guns, this will be the thing you use to do it. Practically pointless, and designed to allow for confiscation.Training: training to what standard? A state standard? A federal standard? The standard of the local police department or Sheriff’s department? This is just an excuse to add cost to the process of buying a firearm, quite frankly.Certification/Re-Cert regime with background checks: Oh look, another way for you to add cost to a constitutional right. Seriously, I like how the left thinks that it’s unconstitutional to require a 20 dollar ID to vote, but putting hundreds of dollars of taxes and fees in the way of the Second Amendment is somehow cool. That’s all this is; a way to add yet more cost, with a twist of pseudo-registry to it.License tiers: shows what you know, this exists already at the federal level. It’s why buying a Class III and/or NFA firearm takes six months.Trust vouchers? What the fuck is a trust voucher? If you mean requiring someone to provide character witnesses, that’s just silly.Registration and Transfer Reporting: Oh man, you just really want the ability to confiscate later, don’t you? That’s literally all this is about; keeping a registry, and an accurate one, for seizure at a later date.Waiting periods: Waiting periods are a tremendous waste of time that are not designed to do anything good, but rather to harass those who dare try to exercise their rights.So, essentially, gun owners are expected to give you:An accurate registryThe ability to place arbitrary blocks on purchaseThe ability to wildly inflate the cost of firearm ownership, keeping ‘the poors’ outWhat would I want?The big one, which I agree with Chris Everett on, is that I expect that this will be THE END. There will be NO MORE talk of gun control in the United States. There will be no push next year for more restrictions. There will be no talk of banning ‘weapons of war’ or any similar bs phrases that the leftists like to use. The government will be banned from confiscating firearms, and politicians pushing for it will be removed from office and imprisoned for violating their oath of office.Because I don’t believe for a minute that any promise from the left is worth a damn (see the last six times this kind of crap happened), a Constitutional Amendment that points out that yes, AR-15s and ‘weapons of war’ are constitutionally protected, which is what the founding fathers ACTUALLY INTENDED. I expect to see Democrats voting for this too, or they can fuck right off, and there will be no deal.Repeal of the NFA, and other ‘Class III’ restricted classes of firearm. If people want Machine Guns, short barreled rifles, or suppressors, they can have them.Nationwide Concealed Carry reciprocity. No more will California get to sit there and only issue permits to the wealthy in major cities. There will be concealed carry reciprocity, all fifty states, no matter where the permit was received.All these additional ‘training fees’ and whatnot that you imagine existing? 100 percent tax write-off. Every dollar I have to spend getting these damn licenses, and maintaining them, I get to write off on my federal taxes. If the state decides to make absurd demands of me for licensing as far as cost is concerned, I get to write that off at the state level.This is what I would CONSIDER. And I do mean CONSIDER.

Can I receive an ID without a birth certificate and a social security card, if I do have a department of corrections ID?

I dont have a birth certificate to get a california id. My arkansas id got stolen and i cant get an id without a birth certificate even though i got a statement from my food stamp worker in california a voucher to get a free id but when i got to the dmv in brawley california i need a birth certificate. I need a id to get my birth certificate from florida.

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