Some things irritate the heck out of me for their simple inanity.For example, 
last night I had a craving for WalMarts deli for supper. Chicken, okra, corn, 
potato salad, rolls....all that good stuff! When I got there, I saw the whole 
area was dark and the deli trays empty. One lonely lady was slicing cheese and 
Bologna. She said the manager had made a mistake in scheduling! Yes, I was 
highly irritated, but I strolled by the counter that held packaged meat and 
cheese. The place looked like a bargain day table on Black Friday. And the 
produce section looked even worse.
I went to check out. There were five counters open. People were at least six 
deep on each one. The customer service section was overwhelmed.
I know this is a silly waste of words. But the incompetence was disgusting. 
Think I will shop Krogér next time. Good night, Pards.

Larry Willis
Retired and proud of it


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> Resent-From: quad-list@eskimo.com
> From: "Joan Anglin" <poaj...@sbcglobal.net>
> Date: September 1, 2016 at 7:21:03 PM EDT
> To: "'Dave Krehbiel'" <davekrehb...@earthlink.net>, "'Lori Michaelson'" 
> <lorilivin...@gmail.com>
> Cc: "'Quad-list Post'" <quad-list@eskimo.com>
> Subject: RE: [QUAD-L] QUAD-L] Camera?
> 
> Darn it!  Now you have me thinking that maybe I should get into photography 
> and start taking pictures of gardens and flowers etc..  A few minutes 
> googgleling images brought up a whole slew of ideas.  It would be very easy 
> to rig a mouth trigger for a camera, but of course I would have to use a 
> automatic zooming camera to get up close.  Thanks for the idea,
> Greg, something to think about during these cold winter months coming.  LOL
> Joan
> http://www.instructables.com/id/Hands-free-Camera-Mount-for-wheelchairs-bikes-wr/
>  
> https://shop.gopro.com/mounts-accessories
>  
> https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1237147-REG/alzo_1145_wheelchair_camera_mount.html
>  
> http://meru.org.uk/product/flexzi-camera-mount/
>  
>  
>  
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>  
> From: Dave Krehbiel [mailto:davekrehb...@earthlink.net] 
> Sent: Thursday, September 01, 2016 2:04 PM
> To: 'Lori Michaelson' <lorilivin...@gmail.com>
> Cc: 'Quad-list Post' <quad-list@eskimo.com>
> Subject: RE: [QUAD-L] QUAD-L] Camera?
>  
> I was considering getting a camera once. I had a bracket on my prior 
> wheelchair which was intended attach a tray. I figured I could rig up some 
> sort of a way to attach a camera, which I could aim by steering the 
> wheelchair and by leaning forward and backwards. And I found a device used 
> trigger the shutter remotely, and it looked like something which I could 
> attach to my wrist splints and bite on to take the picture. I never tried it. 
> But maybe that, or something similar, could work. Good luck.
>  
> From: Lori Michaelson [mailto:lorilivin...@gmail.com] 
> Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2016 9:14 PM
> To: quad-list
> Subject: [QUAD-L] QUAD-L] Camera?
>  
> That is one of the things I miss the most (photography). My husband was an 
> avid photographer and three of the best of the best digital cameras (first a 
> Kodak purchased in 1998, then an Olympus... both of which were big and bulky 
> which were okay for him and I can't hold a camera anyway). I finally got 
> after him to purchase a smaller sized digital camera and he finally purchased 
> a Canon that he was able to keep in his T. shirt pocket. It took/takes great 
> videos as well.
>  
> Anyway, my point is that I can't hold I camera at all so I always have to 
> have someone take photos for me which doesn't happen anymore. My life has 
> become one big medical problem. Further, after purchasing my first Smart 
> Phone when living at my sister's... that takes just as good of pictures so 
> family members took pictures for me using that.
>  
> I would love to know how people with only the use of one arm and one wrist 
> take photos by themselves without some elaborate system. I need to be able to 
> drive my chair and be able to turn it (my chair and the camera) every which 
> way to take photos of anything when out and about by myself. 
>  
> ~Lori
>  
> On Tue, Aug 30, 2016 at 8:59 PM, greg <g...@eskimo.com> wrote:
> I had a really nice Canon EOS SLR film camera, but it got frustrating, too 
> heavy, film got so costly to develop, etc. But now I thought of trying a nice 
> digital. Not a point and shoot. I read some can be operated by Phone App. 
> Anyone have a setup that a C5 could use. Any ideas?
>  
> I like the idea of a video screen back, so I don't have to hold up to my face.
> Lighter than my big Canon A2, basically worthless now.
> Instead of clamping to chair making it to aim. I thought monopod ballenced on 
> my seat.
>  
> Thanks, Greg
>  
> 
> 
>  
> --
> "Petting, scratching and cuddling a dog could be soothing to the mind and 
> heart and deep meditation and almost as good for the soul as prayer." ~Dean 
> Koontz
> 
> 
>  
> --
> "Petting, scratching and cuddling a dog could be soothing to the mind and 
> heart and deep meditation and almost as good for the soul as prayer." ~Dean 
> Koontz

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