Because I used the words check into cash in my post about the TV commercials, the check into cash robot put a comment (commercial) on my blog. So, I'm going to conduct a little experiment here and see if I can get any other companies to come rushing to my blog to see what I am saying about them.
Today, after I went to Check into Cash and cashed a check that may or may not bounce higher than a super ball (do they still make those?) I went to Target and bought some Kleenex and some Scoop Away cat litter and some Charmin toilet paper and some Oreo cookies and some Coca-Cola and some Friskies cat food, and then I stopped at the Shell gas station to fill up my Ford Escort. I was craving coffee so I went to Starbucks and filled up there, too. Then I went to McDonald's for the french fries and Burger King for a hamburger and then to A&W for a root beer. Then I went shopping at Bed Bath and Beyond and Cost Plus and thought about getting a cell phone from Cingular or Sprint but decided to go to Best Buy instead and look at the cell phones there. I needed to get some office supplies so I went to Office Depot which is right next to Home Depot which is right next to Wal-Mart which is right next to Petco which is near Red Lobster and Arbys and Wendys and IHOP and Dennys.
Did I ever mention that we live behind a huge shopping center that spans two huge blocks? It's very handy for shopping, the only bad thing is the only grocery store is Foods Co which is like a warehouse store and makes me feel creeped out when I go in there. But besides all the stores I've already mentioned we also have a Kohls and Michaels and Jamba Juice and Babies R Us and Dress Barn and Pier One and whew, that's a lot of stores!
So, this evening after a dinner of Little Caesars and Pizza Hut and Jack in the Box and Carls Jr (not really) we went to Blockbuster and also got some movies from Netflix.
And in the news tonight, the announcement that Budweiser is selling to a company that is not American has greatly upset Keith, so he'll be switching to Coors since it's still made in America-at least I think it is.