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Re: StealthText Authors Self-Destructive Text Messaging 2  dickdono   2005-12-12 13:00:29 
Re: Microsoft Not Out of Bay State Woods Yet 2  SmartITGuy   2005-12-01 14:10:44 
Re: Curious Moves on the P2P Playing Field 2  melgross   2005-11-30 14:54:36 
Re: Holographic Storage Disc Coming by End of Next Year 2  holoman   2005-11-29 07:04:09 
Re: Apple's Tiger vs. Windows XP 64-Bit Edition vs. Linux 13  Everlast   2005-11-28 13:00:03 
Re: Forecast: ID Theft by Insiders to Grow Dramatically in '06 2  Armand100   2005-11-27 10:31:04 
Re: Microsoft Seeks Open Standard for Office 12 2  sheeva   2005-11-25 05:48:50 
Re: Sony's Latest Headache: Copyright Infringement Allegations 2  sourjon   2005-11-19 19:56:50 
Re: Uncertainty Haunts Intel, Nokia WiMax Alliance 3  gamelary   2005-11-16 17:56:51 
Re: Holiday Hunt for Xbox 360 May Run Consumers in Circles 2  bennyboy   2005-11-16 09:34:40 
Re: Why You Shouldn't Buy Products From Sony This Season 3  alecwest   2005-11-14 21:45:06 
Re: Microsoft Rebrands, Broadens Spyware Solution 2  jallen64   2005-11-12 09:36:55 
Re: Kansas School Board OKs Doubting of Evolution 3  acu02151   2005-11-12 07:05:41 
Re: Grokster Agrees to Shut Down Site 2  robhall   2005-11-07 14:10:20 
Re: Warner Bros. Backs Blu-ray DVD Format 2  holoman   2005-11-06 07:56:08 
Re: Appreciating Updates, Anticipating ApTel Line 2  mbf666   2005-10-24 06:19:51 
Re: Printer-Spy Caper Threatens Freedom 3  robhall   2005-10-21 11:35:43 
Re: Apple Marches On With vPod Plus Its First Media Hub 2  hoving   2005-10-18 09:24:29 
Re: Codes Make Printers Stool Pigeons 2  Nuke1   2005-10-18 09:01:34 
Re: Dell Dimension Ships With Blank Hard Drive 2  brentoboy   2005-10-06 06:33:46 

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Critically Important - I will not shop at an establishment that does not provide curbside service.
Quite Important - During the pandemic I prefer not to go inside a physical location. Still, I will consider a business that does not offer curbside service.
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Not Important - I do not use curbside pickup. When I go out to shop I want to select everything myself.