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December 2010
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Mama Deb [userpic]

I just bought things. Things that were neither books nor wool/knitting related.

1. Many pairs of underwear. Because, well, those that are still even close to whole are too large. Just your plain, ordinary unsexy things, except I bought them from Hanes as opposed to "Just My Size". Because I couldn't find the size I think I am on Just My Size. Which is. Wow.

2. Notary public business cards - name, address, cell and my days and hours. Very plain and to the point. But - they give me 2 bucks and I'll give them a card,and you know. Can't hurt.


I have a quick jewish-related question. You're, like, the expert on that stuff as far as I know.

Is IKEA still regarded as anti-sematic? I remember there were a few law suits a few years ago, but I don't remember if they've since cleaned up their act.

Friends asked me to go to the super-Ikea here on Sunday, but I said no as I don't support anti-sematic organisations etc, but I guess I should find out if they still are.

(Yeah, you know I have no particular regard for religion, but I have less for those that descriminate against groups. I don't believe in tolerance.)

Anyway, if you don't know, I guess I'll just have to google it!

This was actually news to me - and my husband. And we do keep tabs on such things. I'd never heard this before. And when I googled, I found nothing recent.

We don't buy Ikea because we don't like the quality, but other then that, it shouldn't be a problem.

And, yes, I do agree that one should not patronize organizations that discriminate against groups, no matter what the groups are.