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Utter nonsense. People were not growing or catching their own food before 1946. Greengrocers, butcher shops, fish mongers, bakeries go back hundreds of years. Go back and read Dickens. Supermarkets combined these ancient functions.
By the way, the first supermarket in Columbus, Ohio, was the Big Bear on Lane Avenue just north of Ohio State University. It was still in operation in the 1970s and 1980s. It may have been the first supermarket in American or at least on of the first.
It takes a very special skill to intentionally miss a point. It was once said, somewhat humorously, that unassisted flight is easy: simply climb to the top of the highest structure, aim for the ground, and intentionally miss. Mr. Sykes has demonstrated that such an enterprise is indeed possible.
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