Wegmans and the Alec Baldwin affair

In case you're looking for something to temper your Wegmans lust: they were for Alec Baldwin, before they were against him -- and now they're for him again. Yes, that's right -- they're flip-floppers on the important Baldwin issue! The scandal! And to think Wegmans was the only thing keeping Alec Baldwin's 80-year-old mother in Central New York. [Gothamist] [Wegmans] [Mediaite]

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You may even say they waffled. Sounds like a new waffle flavor at Browns next year.....

I went to my first Wegmans last week. It was baaaaasically Hannaford. Like, one of the good Hannaford with international food and the health food square in the middle. But still, a Hannaford.

To Paul- Obviously you didn't go to the Monroe Ave Wegmans in Rochester, that place is classy as hell. Better luck next time.

That is true, Rebecca. I hadn't really thought about how there could be different levels of quality Wegmans in the same way there are different Hannafords. The one I went to was in the middle of nowhere, so that probably has a lot to do with it.

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