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Yes, it will be missed. My measly raise will only be 2.5% - yippee, my healthcare went up $20 per week, so I am -2.5% for the year. Everything keeps going up, but wages. Something has to give. Our "elected" officials need to be "we the people", not we the "bought and owned by Wall Street, special interest, etc". T...more
As the wife of a man suffering from mental illness, I have first hand knowledge of how lacking mental health services are. Our family has been through more than anyone should have to go through during the past year, including 2 suicide attempts, one of which was witnessed by our children, when the paramedics came an...more
What a crock. Tropicana's orange juice isn't 100% pure Florida orange juice. If you read the fine print on the package, they use oranges from Florida and from Brazil. Just another company trying to play the consumer for the fool. I am so sick and tired of downsizing. Package size is being reduced by almost 8% - th...more
Our Super Target is fast becoming a Wal-Mart. Long lines, no cashiers, and shelves not stocked with some items for weeks on end. It's pretty sad, when a cashier at another Target store in the area agreed with me about the sorry state of the store. Prices are also no longer the bargain they used to be. Some items (b...more
It must be nice to live in a state that isn't taxing and feeing their residents to death like Florida is. Then, include the ever increasing utility rates, sky high insurance costs, escalating food cost, flat wages, a tourist based economy, and you have a recipe for disaster.
NY isn't the only state that taxes, fees and surcharges their residents into bankruptcy - Florida is playing this game too. Come September 1st - car license fees up 50%, property values have tanked, homestead exemption doubled, but still paying the same in property taxes. Orange County (Orlando) is proposing a 5 cent...more
I have had memberships to all 3 clubs, and by far my favorite is Costco. BJ is too expensive, and Sam's is nothing more than a glorified Wal-Mart (same lousy service and long waits to check out). I live in Orlando and we held a company picnic this past December. I was in charge of the food purchase (steaks (strips &...more
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