Richard, just to decorate the rabbit hole some, I'll share that when I visit my 
family, I often shop at the Annapolis Whole Foods which is about 5 minute drive 
from my Mom's. Very new store. Always jam packed with shoppers! With this 
observation, I suggested to  the Balt metro area TM teachers to focus on 
Annapolis. I think they went and figured instead! 

PS Did someone, we won't say who, do away with the snipping rule?

 From: Richard J. Williams <>
To: Richard J. Williams <> 
Sent: Friday, September 20, 2013 8:44 AM
Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] RE: Re: Surviving Whole Foods

On 9/20/2013 8:14 AM, wrote:
> Richard continues to lie.
Judy continues to obfuscate on where the Whole Foods Market is
located in her 'neck of the woods'. Why she won't just be honest
about it is beyond me. So, I checked the Store List and it looks
like there are three Whole Foods Stores in New Jersey. I guess it
all depends on what you mean by 'neck of the woods'. 

Maybe Judy rides the bus - I don't know for sure, but she said she 
wouldn't allow a car into her house, so other than maybe hitching 
a ride, I guess taking the bus is the only way, short of walking.

Go figure.

Share says there is a Whole Foods store in Des Moines, which is
a two hour drive from her place. I can drive to the World HQ
flagship store in Austin an hour and  a half if I wanted to. But
 most of the time I drive to the store in San Antonio which is 
about ten minutes from here.

So, I'm pretty sure Judy doesn't live next door to a Whole Foods
but she won't say - all she seems to want to do is pick a fight!

And, I'm pretty sure this little conversation about Whole Foods 
Mkt won't be lost on Share, just to prove that it's like going into
a rabbit hole when dialoging with Judy. LoL!

Good work Share!


verb: obfuscate; 3rd person present: obfuscates;?past tense: 
obfuscated; past participle: obfuscated;?gerund or present 
participle: obfuscating

1. render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.
"the spelling changes will deform some familiar words and 
obfuscate their etymological origins"

synonyms: obscure, confuse, make unclear, blur, muddle, 
complicate, overcomplicate, muddy, cloud, befog

--- In, <> wrote:
>Good work Share! According to Judy, Whole Foods is called Whole Paycheck
>in  her neck of the woods, but the only Whole Foods is
                at least 2 hours away
>from her too. So, I figure Judy has been to Whole Foods
                what, one time in
>her whole life? Go figure.


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