A clerk at my local Post Office presses one key, moves his hand away from the keyboard, looks for the next key, presses it, removes his hand from the keyboard... he's like the Sloth in Zootopia on downers.
kamalktk said: If you can eat 50 pounds of cheese an hour, the government is looking for you! link
There used to be a govt surplus food program, blocks of cheese, butter and boxes of powdered milk were a big part of it. Not only did these dairy products go to food banks and to WIC and Food Stamp recipients, they also went to public schools and any nursing home that accepted Medicaid patients. I remember eating the cheese in school, they cut the American cheese blocks into 2 oz sticks, and served them alongside the celery and carrot sticks that were served with our slice of Ellio's pizza. They put it in the mac & cheese and potatoes au gratin. I worked many years in healthcare foodservice, in Medicaid accepting facilities. So, we got the cheese, butter and powdered milk. Mac & cheese, grilled cheese sammies (we had to slice the blocks of cheese), cheese strata, cheesy mac & beef, whatever we could make. We got the big cans of peanut butter too. Distribution to food banks, WIC and FS ended, but I was still under the impression that public schools and institutions receiving Medicaid continued receiving the surplus the govt buys up. Apparently not, so now the USDA is buying it up and moving it to food banks & pantry's, rather than letting it go to waste.
sublimosa said: kirbydog said: possibly the same users who backspace to delete.
Hey! Same Hey here. I do it too. What is the proper differentiation between the two? I use backspace to delete going backwards and 'delete' to delete characters in front (and weird characters snooping around my house too).
KayK said: burgerwars said: Maybe if I'm typing with one hand, but otherwise no. For individuals lacking an arm/hand/working fingers/etc., it makes sense.
bUrGeRwArS Both of them type with both their hands..one is in his mid 40's and other one is in mid 20's.. I type with both hands, but I miss the shift key a lot and wind up hitting RETURN (Enter) instead.
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