nah, just like when the taco stands closed on a Monday, we can cook our own food
Some of the folks in Chico might know how to go a couple of minutes down the road to get groceries. If not, the folks in Runaway Bay or Paradise can teach them how to do that. Come to think of it, the folks in RB or P could teach Chico about some other things, too.
Sohas the same store in Alvord and Bowie. Don't know about Chico, but many of the Alvord elderly depended on that little store. Now I guess we can all be thankful thatthe little 80 year old grandmothers will be treking to B'port or Big D to meet their shopping needs. Good luck and hope evryone's insurance is paid up.
Some of us are not fatties like the people in Runaway Bay or Paradise. We like to bike or walk to get groceries. While seven miles is not that far of a distance to bike, the stretch of 101 between Bridgeport and Chico is impassable due to the rock trucks unless one likes to be flattened. Don't be flippant because you chose to live in a town without a grocery store.And the only thing that those two towns could teach anybody is how to be more combative and rude more than they already are.
Maybe if the residents would support the mom and pop stores and not travel to Wal-Mart for groceries, the hometown stores could survive.
What about the new Subway in Chico?
I won't patronize the new Subway. Read the article in the Chico Texan with the quotes from the owner. Nutball.
from the chico texan? you might want to consider it was really a nutball reporter who never went to college and has no degree in journalism that wrote the sumb story. duh.
I heard the store was infested with rats, that's why he shut it down!
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