Sales on much needed items : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread

It's Back to School Sale time. Now is the time to stock up on lot's of paper, crayons, pencils, arts and craft items and everything else on the shelves. Also watch out for those wonderful Summer Clearance Sales to pick up the items you will need for next summer. Get larger sizes for the kids. We picked up lots of socks and underwear today.

-- Homeschooling Grandma (, August 03, 1999


Don't forget the manual pencil sharpener. I recently bought a new world globe. The countries have changed so much in the past few years, my old globe was just about worthless. Rubber erasers will be hard to come by if imports are cut off, so stock up.
The sleeping mats for small children are in stock and cheap now. They will come in handy for pallets for the floor and to waterproof a toddler's sleeping area if pampers are not available.

-- Carol (, August 03, 1999.

Miejer stores in Mich have 5 five gal. gas cans on sale for $3.99 ea. This is the best price I have found in over a year.

-- Mike 9.5 (, August 03, 1999.

Last week Target had 70 page spiral notebooks for .12 cents. This week HEB Pantry has the 2 lb. jar of Bama Grape Jelly for .59 cents. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, in Texas, you can buy clothing and shoes with NO SALES TAX!

-- Gayla (, August 03, 1999.

In New Hampshire you can buy things all the time without sales tax.

(sorry I just had to rub that in)

-- Live Free Or Die (y2kbiker@the.granite.state), August 03, 1999.

No sales taxes!!! Not fair! Our rip-off state government is so greedy, we never get a break.

-- Homeschooling Grandma (, August 03, 1999.

Grandma -

But didn't you know? We Golden Staters have to pay for all the miraculous work that the DOIT is doing to completely remediate all critical CA state systems in less time than it takes to scratch off a lottery ticket! Yessiree, I am proud to pay through the nose to make up for all the screw-ups in Sacramento. Proud...

-- Mac (sneak@lurk.hid), August 04, 1999.

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