There’s an app for that: times are changing

So, do you have apps for everything? I don’t, at least when it comes to buying things.

But, they are everywhere.

We are currently running a money contest where you have to load the code word on the app. Tons of people participate.

I have to tell you that I have used different airline apps for my ticket and I like it.

When I use the airline’s app, it doesn’t save me money on the ticket. So why, when you go through a drive-thru, do they ask if you’re using the app to order? If you do, they give you a discount on the price or offer special offers.

Why? If the guy is right in front or behind you, why does he get a discount on the price? People are always there cooking food at the same pace at the same time with the same meat and the same buns. You always keep your same online order, so what’s the problem?

Now, to pre-order, I suppose it would be worth doing by the time you get there.

Shopping apps at Target, Walmart, etc. are also good, I guess, if you’re fetching, especially if you’re an elderly person and have difficulty walking.

But again, how many of them know how to order on an app? I don’t think I could do it either. These times are changing so fast that soon guys like me won’t be able to go through the drive-thru.

Oh and I still have some cash on me, but that’s about to go too.

Have a good week-end. We’re on Emily’s side.

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