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#299786 - 08/20/21 02:07 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: TeacherRO]
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Costco put their paper products on sale, arrived yesterday to find no Paper Towels or TP to be found, not just theirs, but none period. We'll have to see if this is just a spot shortage due to sale or portends more issues.
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#299815 - 08/25/21 11:11 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: Doug_Ritter]
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Canning jars are nearly non-existent in Houston. frown
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#299816 - 08/26/21 01:12 AM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: TeacherRO]
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Our local Sams Club was out of their line of toilet paper, so we bought a package of Charmin. Their paper towels were in stock, so got a package of those.

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#299817 - 08/26/21 03:56 AM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: TeacherRO]
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The local petvalue ran out of crickets

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#299824 - 08/26/21 11:54 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: Eugene]
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Originally Posted By: Eugene
The local petvalue ran out of crickets

Oh no!

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#299826 - 08/27/21 11:41 AM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: teacher]
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Originally Posted By: teacher
Originally Posted By: Eugene
The local petvalue ran out of crickets

Oh no!


Daughters lizard is not happy

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#299827 - 08/27/21 12:07 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: Eugene]
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Originally Posted By: Eugene
Daughters lizard is not happy

If she lived in the Dallas area, she could catch crickets for her lizard.

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#299830 - 08/27/21 07:27 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: Jeanette_Isabelle]
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Originally Posted By: Jeanette_Isabelle

If she lived in the Dallas area, she could catch crickets for her lizard.

Jeanette Isabelle

Wild crickets may have parasites and transfer them to the lizard. Crickets should be easy to breed. If the lizard cannot eat enough of them, they can be made into burgers. Rumor has it that those burgers are fairly tasty and rich in protein. That would also help if there is a shortage in beef supply.
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#299831 - 08/27/21 07:59 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: TeacherRO]
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The package of hygiene items has shrunk.

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#299843 - 08/29/21 04:04 PM Re: Any shortages where you are? [Re: M_a_x]
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Originally Posted By: M_a_x
Originally Posted By: Jeanette_Isabelle

If she lived in the Dallas area, she could catch crickets for her lizard.

Jeanette Isabelle

Wild crickets may have parasites and transfer them to the lizard. Crickets should be easy to breed. If the lizard cannot eat enough of them, they can be made into burgers. Rumor has it that those burgers are fairly tasty and rich in protein. That would also help if there is a shortage in beef supply.


as in burgers for people or burgers for lizards.

I'll occasionally see a cricket in the yard but she won't let me catch them for him.

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