I made a quick stop at a supermarket in Ocean Township to grab lunch yesterday. As I sat in my car I saw three different people empty their shopping carts then hop in the car and pull away with the shopping cart sitting right where they left them, in the middle of two parking spots.
All I wanted to do was stop at the supermarket, pick up some vegetables and get dinner started for my wife, who was getting home a little late last night. Pretty simple, right? Simple until I tried to open one of those flimsy produce bags. I twisted the top (which turned out to be the bottom), I rubbed it between my fingertips, I even tried to blow on it. All I managed to accomplish was providing
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Maybe you can help me figure some things out before I go to the supermarket again. Personally I think when pushing a cart, all rules of the road apply. You know, keep to the right except to pass. At a four way stop, let the person who got there first go first. And above all else, if you wouldn't just leave your car in the middle lane of the Garden State Parkway and walk awa