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Date Posted: 00:41:32 03/17/00 Fri
Author: jc (chairman for lookin out for the little people)
Subject: Dedicated to the Grocery Baggers Acrossed America

Have u ever been out shopping at a local or even far away (why the hell u'd go far away to get some milk is beyond me) grocery store and decided to use that first of the month check on everything in the store; but was worried after gettin in line on how u'd carry all that food that u bought for little timmy, bobby sue, sammy and the rest of the little ones that u just gave them numbers as names b/c u couldnt keep names straight. But as u were using the last of the food stamps u gained a sigh of relief, as u noticed that 6'4 180lbs (the height and weight here are only coincedental, as by no means are talkin bout someone in pecticular (ya right)) guy smiling at u asking if u wanted paper or plastic. And as u smile back thinking, "oh the bagboy what a great American guy he is", while lookin at his name tag that says "jason"(coincedental again) on it. For many years the bagboy has been underappreciated, from carryin groceries, to "help at aisle 9" he's been there, through dodging cars in the parking lot to saying thank u to that rude old lady that held the line up just to save an extra 30 cents b/c of a coupon, he's been americans most loyal servant. And i'd just like to thank this (or these) people/peoples for the rough times they've been though. and i'd like to dedicate april as national jpadre bagger month.
thank u for the time...as i said names in story are only coincidental. Also would like to say that We do miss the regular(bagger) that used to come to mlb .

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