Senior ID

Today when I was at Weis, another incident took place. I’m 74 years old, and I bought me a bottle of cough medicine for the flu and cold, and would you believe that the lady asked me for my ID card. I thought she was joking. I asked her, “Are you serious?” She said, “Yes.” I asked, “What’s the purpose for it?” She said, “It has to do with drugs.” Well, what the hell does my ID card have to do with drugs? Does this happen to anyone else? I sure would like to know. Because I think that’s the craziest thing I ever heard of — showing an ID card for a bottle of medicine.

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weedfrog

I'm with "No Pity". I don't want to pay for college for partying kids. Its enough that they are covered under insurance until 26. 26? I had to have proof of my kids being in college until they were 22 yrs of age and then they were dropped. You have people having families that are still covered under their parents insurance. Who is paying for that? You are if you have a job and have to buy your insurance. You will also be paying for college for any lazy party playing kid that wants to " go" to college if you vote democrat. Then you will pay more taxes for their free " Medicare for All." Party on dudes! Vote Democrat!

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