graemefitz1 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 26 01:52:31 UTC 2018
On Tue, 26 Jun 2018 at 08:50, Paul Allen <pla16021 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Discount stores are, as I understand it (I don't have any remotely near
> me) more of a cut-down wholesaler but open
> to the public. Presentation and packaging is that of a wholesaler, and
> savings come from buying in bulk. Depending on
> the particular retailer, product range may be primarily foodstuff
> (overlapping with supermarkets and convenience stores)
> or might concentrate on things like office supplies. When it's foodstuffs
> you're not buying a consumer-size box of
> cornflakes but a very large carton of consumer-size boxes of cornflakes.
Fair call Paul. I wasn't thinking of the Costco style of shop where you
have to pay for membership, but can then literally buy a pallet of
whatever. I guess they're discount?
> Of course, there are probably stores that are a blend of the above. I
> think we need a real-world mailing list so we can
> vote on how to make the real world conform to our tagging schemes.
That's it! From now on OSM will serve as the world's dictionary & you will
all use the words that we define! If you don't comply, we will wipe you off
the map! :-)
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