Difference between revisions of "Dozens Of Local Food Banks Spring Up In Thailand As Virus Hits Incomes"
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"We don't want to take a lot because we should also share with others ... I only take what I need," said 62-year-old grandmother Gingpetch Lorthong, whose husband is without a job and has to feed five other members in her family.
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BANGKOK, May 11 (Reuters) - Villages and urban communities in Thailand have turned to helping neighbours left jobless due to the coronavirus lockdown by creating dozens of local food banks comprising instant noodles, canned food, rice grains and soap bars. Within days, "Pantry of Sharing" locations have sprung up in 44 provinces across Thailand and number more than 150 cabinets.
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I'm not sure how well they hold up (the graphics are extremely dated), and I'll be the first to admit they're not all winners. Still, if you've never had the pleasure of playing a real-time strategy game, there's no question you'll find plenty of enjoyment here. Like, years' worth.
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Here's where this gets a little confusing. The product page calls this a "Next Generation," a name I don't see elsewhere on the Vitamix site, but the specifications indicate a G-Series model. And there's this head-scratching note as well: "Label may reflect the following G-Series machines: Professional Series 300, 7500 or Creations Elite." The 7500 is the only one I'm seeing as currently still available, and it's $529.95 new. But is that the one you'll be getting?
In my younger days I spent many a happy hour building bases, managing resources and launching attacks in the various Command & Conquer games. (Followed by plenty of unhappy minutes watching my enemies wipe everything out; I was never very good at real-time strategy.)
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