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Walmart will start delivering grocery your fridge

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Would you order Walmart grocery delivery in your fridge

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#21 by Darkstar2 » Sun Jun 09, 2019 21:20

valerie wrote: The noodle theft happen years ago.

I think what happen was, the thieves stole the entire truck.
Possibly they didn't know what was inside. I think the truck
was recovered but the noodles never found.

Old news, we all know where the noodles went :P

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I've gone to flea markets and such since and some times
notice bundles of ramen noodles. I always wonder 'are
those stolen from that truck?'. :lol:

Good question, gotta ask S.P. :P
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#22 by Darkstar2 » Sun Jun 09, 2019 21:28

wildbillhickok wrote: They should use a robot or drone to do this (entering by the roof and leaving the groceries on the table, I don't know). For me, at least, a person entering someone's home and filling up himself the fridge looks very bizarre. :shock:

What about refrigerated and frozen items ? Those would be required to be stored appropriately. I do not think Walmart or any reputable chain would allow this, as it would be a violation. It might be good for non refrigerated goods yeah, but meats and other stuff that should go right away in the refrigerator or freezer, that would be a big no-no. So the best solution ? Build a contraption - you know where you put your refrigerator, you build a closed tunnel behind it that leads all the way to a trap door outside the house, inside this tunnel would be a motor driven cart or conveyor belt, so the worker would always stay outside, and just have to drop items one by one inside the conveyor belt inside a trap door, and items would automatically be placed in the refrigerator, freezer, or left outside, the system could use electronics - and workers would be sticker tags, red circle means item can stay outside, blue circle means item must be put in freezer and green circle means item must go in refrigerator - so at the end of this conveyor belt, items would be scanned and sorted immediately, the worker outside would get a feedback, if system is confused and does not know, the item would be sent back to the worker outside so they can re-tag it. Of course it would just be practical if they can use teleportation devices and beam your groceries inside appropriate places, but that's not ready yet, it's still in prototype, and might be ready by something like 100 years from now who knows, but good news, Tasman1 will still be alive to experience this and maybe the lot of us, as reincarnates :D
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#23 by valerie » Mon Jun 10, 2019 00:09

I have an idea too. :mrgreen:

How about they deliver the food and cook it too!

After that, they can feed the dog and make the bed.
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#24 by tasman1 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 17:54

valerie wrote: I have an idea too. :mrgreen:

How about they deliver the food and cook it too!

After that, they can feed the dog and make the bed.



And do few surveys for us in time there is no surveys around
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#25 by Darkstar2 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 20:08

valerie wrote: I have an idea too. :mrgreen:

How about they deliver the food and cook it too!

After that, they can feed the dog and make the bed.

:D That already exists, mostly for the wealthy - it's called having a butler , and with Butler Premium services, they get to feed the pets, you get complimentary shampoo and flower shaped chocolates.
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#26 by tasman1 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 21:35

Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: I have an idea too. :mrgreen:

How about they deliver the food and cook it too!

After that, they can feed the dog and make the bed.

:D That already exists, mostly for the wealthy - it's called having a butler , and with Butler Premium services, they get to feed the pets, you get complimentary shampoo and flower shaped chocolates.



Are you saying we can buy butler from Walmart ? How much it is ?
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#27 by Darkstar2 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 23:38

tasman1 wrote:
Darkstar2 wrote:
valerie wrote: I have an idea too. :mrgreen:

How about they deliver the food and cook it too!

After that, they can feed the dog and make the bed.

:D That already exists, mostly for the wealthy - it's called having a butler , and with Butler Premium services, they get to feed the pets, you get complimentary shampoo and flower shaped chocolates.



Are you saying we can buy butler from Walmart ? How much it is ?

You hire them :P

But in the future maybe companies like Amazon can offer digital butlers - anywhere ranging from drones delivering your groceries, robots watering your plants, cooking your meals, tidying up the house, mowing the lawn, etc.
Technology will be used for bad too - for reference watch iRobot :mrgreen:
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#28 by tasman1 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 00:07

valerie wrote: The noodle theft happen years ago.

I think what happen was, the thieves stole the entire truck.
Possibly they didn't know what was inside. I think the truck
was recovered but the noodles never found.

I've gone to flea markets and such since and some times
notice bundles of ramen noodles. I always wonder 'are
those stolen from that truck?'. :lol:



Dear Valerie
Please consume all that noodles before they find the truth
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#29 by valerie » Wed Jun 12, 2019 00:56

Heyyyy I forgot irobot. I recall watching the first several episodes....I think on Amazon.
Thanks for the reminder.
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#30 by tasman1 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 02:32

Walmart will start delivering grocery your fridge, hmmm , will prefer Walmart will start delivering dollars to your acc

My is empty, stolen , same as stolen noodle truck
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#31 by meangel20 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 17:15

Accidentally hit yes too fast because I assumed this was just delivery to your door (like Instacart or etc.), but actually entering the house? No way. I would not trust someone random to enter your home to do this.

Ordering just to bring groceries/etc. to your door is fine, but I'd be wary with the free entry, no (or even limited) restrictions arrangement.

Even if there was minimal risk, I wouldn't like someone random entering where I live and having access, unless maybe they're highly monitored/have a bodycam on (to make sure they don't steal/tamper/etc.).

Should just leave it at the door for the time being. Any "smart entry system" is open to potential pitfalls that can backfire.
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#32 by Darkstar2 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 20:50

meangel20 wrote: Accidentally hit yes too fast because I assumed this was just delivery to your door (like Instacart or etc.), but actually entering the house? No way. I would not trust someone random to enter your home to do this.

Are you afraid they will steal your stashed supply of Ramen noodles ? :P :mrgreen:

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Even if there was minimal risk, I wouldn't like someone random entering where I live and having access, unless maybe they're highly monitored/have a bodycam on (to make sure they don't steal/tamper/etc.).

The delivery person will be unable to access your residence unless their body cam is streaming and active.
But even with a body cam it does not prevent theft. The cam can only film to a specific angle, it's not 360, so a clever thief can take objects whist standing at the correct angle and making sure they are a blind angle to the camera :D
In your case since you hide the Ramen noodle packs under the bed, that will be a bit more difficult and too revealing, so you are safe :D

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Should just leave it at the door for the time being. Any "smart entry system" is open to potential pitfalls that can backfire.

True, but leaving at the door might not be a safe option and might violate some health codes, unless you are living in north pole or live inside an Igloo :D

Some items are required to be kept frozen or refrigerated, so it is not a good idea to leave that refrigerated or frozen meat outside at your door step - you don't want to ever refreeze thawed meat or leave perishable items more than 2 hours outside.
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#33 by valerie » Fri Jun 14, 2019 21:53

I wouldn't be worried if they stole something.

I'd be worried if they did not leave!

Can you imagine coming home, looking in the fridge, smiling because the food
you ordered is nicely put away.....then you go to bed......then he comes out from
under the bed and says HERE'SSSSS JOHNNNYYYYY!
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#34 by tasman1 » Fri Jun 14, 2019 23:16

7 day since this post started
Opened all my doors since day 1
Fridge still empty
Walmart not good
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#35 by Darkstar2 » Sat Jun 15, 2019 11:42

valerie wrote: I wouldn't be worried if they stole something.

I'd be worried if they did not leave!

Can you imagine coming home, looking in the fridge, smiling because the food
you ordered is nicely put away.....then you go to bed......then he comes out from
under the bed and says HERE'SSSSS JOHNNNYYYYY!

Ok so you've watched "The Shining" too :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Did you know that this line "Heeere's Johnnnnny" was not even in the movie script, that was adlibbing on the moment. Very clever though :D
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#36 by valerie » Sat Jun 15, 2019 17:46

It's origin is the tonight show, Johnny Carson.

I think I read some where that Jack is 82 years old now. :lol:

The Shining (1980) - Here's Johnny! Scene (7/7) | Movieclips - YouTube
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