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April 23, 2008


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Jeremy Gregg, CDM

The AFP blogged on this trend here:

"Food pantries report emptying shelves, expanding needs - poconorecord.com - The Pocono Record: "Empty wallets, empty stomachs and now, empty shelves show the local impact of a slowing economy.

"A regional food bank that serves the Poconos along with Northampton and Lehigh counties is struggling to meet the growing needs of families in financial distress as gas and grocery prices climb"


Of course if you were more businesslike, you would be making a profit on every item sold to the poor, instead of just giving it away. Then, the more you sold, the more you would make, and so forth. You have only yourself to blame for the empty shelves.

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