HomePersonalLessons learned from working 10+ hour days Lessons learned from working 10+ hour days Jay Tea June 11, 2005 Personal 9 Comments Grocery stores have a much better selection of fresh fruit and vegetables at 6:00 a.m. than they do at 9:30 p.m., and the lines are usually shorter. Marine Recruiters Kidnap High School Recruit Carnival of the Trackbacks XV Related Posts A Much Needed Blogger Hiatus Bill Murray has much to answer for Barium for Breakfast About The Author Jay Tea 9 Comments -S- June 11, 2005 Yessireeebob. E.M. June 11, 2005 Not only that, but department store clerks are MUCH more helpful near closing time, when they are trying to get you the hell out of a store so that they can go home. 24-hour Wal-Mart is the giant exception, though. I swear that there are more people in line at two o’clock in the morning than at any other time. fatman June 11, 2005 Not only that, but the bread is usually fresher too. McGehee June 11, 2005 Re Wal-Mart: I swear that there are more people in line at two o’clock in the morning than at any other time. I’ve noticed something like that too, and the obvious reason, to me, was that they have fewer checkers at that hour. Though having been in Wal-Mart during normal daytime hours since then, I’m not sure how “fewer checkers” is possible… BorgQueen June 11, 2005 The people watching is a whole lot more…interesting…at that hour as well. Just Me June 11, 2005 My mom worked nights as an RN, she would often do her grocery shopping in the wee hours of the morning at the 24 hour grocery and later Walmart, when it opened 24 hours, because it wasn’t as crowded. Not sure how well the produce aisle was stocked though. Zsa Zsa June 11, 2005 What is everyone doing out so late? OR… up so early anyway?… Hmmmmmmm! Just wondering! SilverBubble June 11, 2005 Zsa Zsa, We have no lives. We are so desperate for human contact that we will venture out to Wal-Mart at 2AM. Yeah, that’s gotta be it. McGehee June 12, 2005 What’s going to Wal-Mart at 2:00 a.m. got to do with “human contact”?