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I loved this article! As a kid growing up in the 70's , we didn't have much money and my mom was a terrible cook (from the South) Everything was either boiled or fried. As a kid, I discovered 'Mexi-Pep' . I put it on everything I didn't like. It just made everything taste better! I used Mexi-Pep even after I was married. (Sometimes offending my wife as she did not see a need for improvement on her cooking) At some point, I switched to Tapatio. I have been using it ever since. At some point, I will have to revisit my childhood friend 'Mexi-Pep'. PS: If you put a mustache and a Sombrero on your Dad...Yeah, he looks like the guy on the bottle! Keith D. Jenkins
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I Read all the 'Bleeding Hearts' posts for this Menace to Society on Facebook. (Some young ones, say give him another chance) After all the money and grief he has imposed on Taxpayers, I have to ask, "Why is this Menace NOT in Jail where he belongs?"
Inland Octopus should move to College Place. They seem to be more Business Friendly. Walla has managed to 'Monkey Wrench' a Lowes and Costco , while sitting on a Landfill that used to be a Mall!
I enjoyed chatting with Mrs. Little Wolf when she would come to Grocery Outlet to shop. I loved her wit, her charm, her love of people and life. She will be missed.
Mrs. Little Wolf was a lady that could make a person laugh even when they felt like crying, she just had that way with people. She left a big impression on me.
She was a beautiful person from the inside out.
Rest in peace dear lady.
Tami Jenkins (formally a cashier at Grocery Outlet)
Very little police protection in North Umatilla County. Make sure you are well armed at home.
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