NRTHRLVL

NRTHRLVL wrote

Yes they are beefing up security. They are being hit hard by drug users. At one time they had 4 LP on the floor at least.

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NRTHRLVL wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted19806 in by !deleted19806

Food for 5 people including gluten free, dairy free and standard American diet. Stainless steel garbage cans, drapes, rugs, steak knives and so on. Clothes, makeup, expensive shampoo. Wall fixtures from 3m. Soil for gardening and several large rectangular pots. Chlorine pucks. Essential oils. Pretty much anything that isn’t nailed down lol.

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NRTHRLVL wrote

Reply to by !deleted19806

No I don’t lift when sick because I know I’m more vulnerable and I don’t like that feeling. Handling any issues that might arise when lifting will be difficult and uncomfortable. If it’s a small lift but something that’s really annoying to have to pay for I might still do it.

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NRTHRLVL OP wrote

Reply to comment by Busted in Lifting screw up, not detected by NRTHRLVL

Large grocery store. Which brings me to another point, that I like going to stores where the staff is unionized because they are more complacent. They don’t need to worry about getting fired, they don’t really care or try as hard as an employee I find.

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NRTHRLVL wrote

It depends on individual store policy, or in the case of a chain of stores, whatever the corporation has put in place. Still some LP will operate outside of the rules put in place. Usually large chains have a hands off policy, due to liability issues. There may be info about store policies on the master list within this site. There is no absolute guarantee that an LP person won’t be hands on, I don’t think.

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NRTHRLVL wrote

Reply to comment by noname in by compulsiveaddict

I agree the stroller person would be watched because they have the concealment method. Same idea with bulky hoodies, large purse, backpack, etc. Also parenting is expensive.

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