Grocery Shopping Hint

If you go grocery shopping, tomorrow is the day to go as we are about to hit a perfect storm of events that will make grocery shopping a nightmare.
On Friday, will be the first of the month, when food stamps are usually issued and many welfare and Social Security benefits are paid.
It is also a Friday, when many paychecks are issued and for those who get paid at the end of the month, more paychecks issued.
Finally, this is Super Bowl weekend and you will have a lot of people shopping for Super Bowl parties they will host or attend.
It's possible some of the more popular and least expensive grocery stores, they will run out of popular food and beverages.
And if you go shopping Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning, you probably will encounter long lines when checking out.
So, if you go grocery shopping, do it tomorrow or you will face the consequences of food shortages and long lines.

More MSNBC Slime

From the Atlanta Journal Constitution:
MSNBC invited viewers Wednesday to draw their own conclusions about whether the parent of a Connecticut school shooting victim was heckled at a legislative hearing but didn't address criticism that it aired a deceptively edited video of the event.
The NBC-owned cable news network found itself under attack for its editing practices less than a year after three employees of NBC or an NBC-owned station lost their jobs over the editing of a 911 call in the Trayvon Martin case.
On Monday, MSNBC's Martin Bashir reported on hearing testimony given that day by Neil Heslin, whose 6-year-old son, Jesse, was killed last month in the elementary school massacre in Newtown, Conn.
In the hushed hearing room, Heslin said, "I ask if there's anybody in this room that can give me one reason or challenge this question: why anybody in this room needs to have ... one of these assault-type weapons or military weapons or high-capacity clips?"
Heslin paused for five seconds and looked around him. No one else spoke.
"Not one person can answer that question," he said.
Then, someone in the audience shouted: "The Second Amendment shall not be infringed."
After the audience was admonished by a legislator not to speak, Heslin said, "Anyway, we're all entitled to our own opinion, and I respect their opinions and thoughts, but I wish they'd respect mine and give it a little bit of thought."
Video aired by Bashir Monday omitted the challenge, depicting Heslin saying: "Why anybody in this room needs to have ... one of these assault-type weapons or military weapons." At that point, without any pause, the audience member's interjection about the Second Amendment was heard. Heslin's comment about respecting opinions was omitted.
The camera then focused on Bashir, who said, "a father's grief interrupted by the cries of a heckler."
The passage as aired by MSNBC received criticism for being deceptive.
"This is not how a legitimate, professional news organization operates," said Brent Bozell, founder of the Media Research Center, a conservative media watchdog. "MSNBC's relentless anti-gun advocacy is bad enough, but this is downright dishonest."
MSNBC spokeswoman Lauren Skowronski did not immediately address questions about why MSNBC made the changes or whether criticism that it was misleading is valid.
Why can't these "news organizations" just report the news and stop the false editing.
And to those who criticize Fox News, show me where the falsely edited a story to fit their agenda.