I wonder if the federal government will provide income to these places of business that allow workers to work from home
I am a pretty major fan of curbside delivery and household delivery for as much as I can possibly order online. I have belonged to that huge online retailer for numerous years now, and shipping is free and packages arrive within two days. I decided to try the app that shops for you at the grocery store, however when I discovered that the prices are higher on the groceries, I made the choice to do the shopping myself or do the curbside option available at the big retailer. After months of getting most of my stuff online, I have also embraced online cannabis purchases and cannabis delivery services. I have no desire to drive to the legal pot store near me and get the medical cannabis products in person. I am perfectly happy to go to the online cannabis store, place my order, and be a couch potato until the cannabis delivery service lady knocks on my front door. After all these months of depending on delivery, I am hoping that weed delivery doesn’t ever quit in the near future. At first, if I remember properly, the state legislators said it was not legal to purchase medical marijuana online, as there was no way to have oversight over the product and protect the safety of the people in general. I think the pandemic allowed for exceptions in the medical weed business, and I truly hope that the exceptions are not removed once the whole crazy virus thing is over. I find it extremely simple and straightforward to go to the online cannabis store near me and never have to put gas in the car. I wonder if the federal government will provide income to these places of business that allow workers to work from home. I mean, gas consumption in our household has been cut down a great deal.