Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
I thought I'd start a new thread for this rather than have it buried in another one.<br><br>True story: I have one of those reusable grocery bags that I use when I go into the store for a few items (my wife does the heavy shopping and has her own bags) so that I don't use those plastic bags (one or two items per bag). The reusable bag can hold quite a bit in comparison. So, the young checkout girl, when confronted with the reusable bag, offered to bag my items in plastic and then place them into my bag. Anyway, I told her to not use the plastic and simply place the items into the reusable bag because that is the whole point.<br><br>So, how do we educate people?<br><br><br>
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