On Camp Lima, the Post Exchange might just be trying to drive some troops crazy. It sells French onion dip, bean dip, cheese dip and salsa, but there are no chips. It sells three different types of cereals, but no bowls or milk. There are different canned meats, jellies and sandwich spreads, but no bread. And the kicker? They sell phone cards, but there are no phones on the camp that accept the cards.
Camp officials say some products simply sell faster than others, leaving odd pieces to what would be a great snack.
Monday, June 21, 2004
WHY THOSE CARE PACKAGES ARE STILL VERY IMPORTANT!
Posted by Right Brainworks, LLC at Monday, June 21, 2004