I bet it was! I knew a couple of snowbirds who lived on their boat at the Yacht Club on RI until it was time to drive to their FL condo for the winter. What with the cleaning, shrink wrapping and storage, plus their condo payments, they almost ever took the boat out on the water.... too expensive. They finally sold it, tooNo Rose. Gave it up years ago. Became too expensive to maintain.
Good job!Yesterday,I took a big step for this old mind. Was at McDs and ordered our lunch at the computer thing most places have now. I have to admit,it was a little intimidating but I worked at it step by step and placed my order. Only problem was trying to figure out how to pay. Slide or chip. Finally, after reading the instructions, it took the chip on my card.
‘And the best part is, my order was delivered to my table and it was correct. :banana:
To me arbitrarily bumping wages up to $15/hour with nothing in return is just an inflationary move that will hurt us all with higher prices. It also pulls everyone making $15/hour or more down closer to the bottom/entry level of the job market. Eventually, it will only widen the gap between the haves and the have-nots. IMO a person has to work, gain, knowledge and experience so they can earn a higher rate of pay in the job market.Aunt Bea. I posted this on Facebook and a couple people give me hell for taking away a persons job. If they insist on $15 an hour, they are taking away their own jobs.