USA:Elew wrote: ↑Tue Nov 27, 2018 1:50 amPaper, pens and pencils...really good thought...In a few historical memoirs I'd read, those items were hard to find and highly sought after. Ahh, the value of reading old books.
You laugh at the baby butt cream, but all the babies near me when shtf will be happy and comfy It was a cute idea "baby butt cream" it was so funny. Elders in homes use butt cream, keep that in mind.
And you are exactly right on the sales. In the ~8 weeks before the sales, prices inch upwards slowly to above normal, then they drop to normal. People are fooled into sales buying.
Today I was talking with a friend about the fur coat You're very inventive & resourceful, and quite valuable to community. I found a real mink "spring weather" mink stole ~30 years ago, saved since, will soon be remade into a warm neck gator.
Now I am working on a trade for some pelts...What are good trades for pelts? Could you write up a short but general how to value & how to judge for size/types pelts & some guidelines for what is good trades? No hurry. Few people know about pelt trading. Some honest Q's.
Amazon is now pressuring brick & mortar stores to allow their customers to have Amazon-Pay via Seeking Alpha.
Amazon, after taking over Whole Foods, the recent move to attract gas stations, restaurants and smaller retailers to use Amazon Pay shows the determination of Amazon to gain a big market share in digital payments segment, is planning to have 3,000 Amazon Go stores by 2021 via Bloomberg.
Ya'da thunk they're trying to create a Monopoly? Remember Microsoft Monopoly? Better be wary, predatory Monopolies have too much control & already have enough money to fail & not be worried.
Makes me thing of parasitic voltage draws & losses in electronics, small but deadly to the host circuit.