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Good Morning,  !
It's Saturday, May 7

Costco seems to be changing from a wholesale supplier to
businesses to family entertainment. I went there this evening 
to get a month's worth of prescription medicines, and was
really surprised at the amount of families shopping. I am 
talking about full families, from gramma to baby in a stroller!

The wide isles and huge shopping carts, originally intended
for harried restaurant owners stocking up for a week or
month, are just perfect for families casually strolling along 
from sample station to sample station, enjoying the treats,
and piling supplies onto the cart.

I also saw quite a few families that had a laptop or netbook 
along, and it was not mom or dad using it, but one of the kids,
calling out the next item needed, and also entering what
went onto the cart and announcing the total cost after each 
item was added. 

Thanks to the cathedral height noise swallowing ceiling, all of
that activity did not cause a mall style racket. The absence
of teen hordes naturally helped, but also the fact that 
people talked in hushed voices, as if they were in a church.

I only had very few items, and had to laugh at the notion of
looking for an Express lane. That is definitely NOT in their 
concept. One simply looks for the shortest line and joins it.

They have two or three people working each register, and
it actually goes quite fast. 

Have FUN!
DearWebby



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From the Tech Support Pits: From Charles Re: Camera Chips for W7 Dear Webby, Windows 7 can handle camera chips larger than 2 GB with no problem. You will be surprised at what you can do, once you join the slow crowd! Charles Dear Charles XP can handle 4 and 8 GB chips too, but a lot of older chip readers and cameras have problems with those. So that you don't have to worry about compatibility when you travel or visit anybody, I usually recommend 2 GB chips. If you NEED bigger chips for recording movies, just make sure your chip reader can handle the chips that are bigger than 2 GB. Sometimes you just need a new driver, but you may have to get a new chip reader. Have FUN DearWebby
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