I saw a tv commercial a few days ago in our break room at work, amazon has free two day shipping on groceries. I work at a grocery store with a couple hundred stores in the Midwest and wonder how it will affect us. I have no idea how long they've been doing this offer. I saw a trivia tidbit a few weeks ago, supposedly, the owner of that company makes something like 8 million dollars per hour. More money than I'll make in many lifetimes, per hour. Yet - people mention all the time that it's the cheapest, so they buy their stuff from that website. I encourage them to get it somewhere else, as it's frustrating to see people directly making someone richer just by saving a few dollars. I wonder if he's trying to help invest in solar, wind, recycling, biodiesel, cleaning up the plastic and garbage in the ocean, or develop and implement proper sanitation or helping people get clean water in third world countries, or anything useful. Or just buying expensive food, alcohol, jewelry, cars, land, houses, watches, and boats.