Friday my grandsons were spending the night with me. On the way to my house we decided we would stop at a redbox and get a movie and get something to eat for dinner. In Amarillo TX the best BBQ place is a little shop on Paramount St about 2 blocks south of I-40 called Tyler's BBQ...an old Long John Silvers building painted barn red. My daughter-in-law works there and makes the best potato salad ever. Her boss makes the best chopped brisket bbq. Closed Sunday and Mondays. And NO, the owner, Tyler, nor my daughter-in-law know that I sing their praises all the time but if you go in say Kali's mother-in-law sent you because I said she makes the best potato salad and cobbler. Anyway, they have a kids meal that is a drink, a side, a chopped brisket sandwhich w/bbq sauce for $2.99. My grandsons both got pkgs of fritos as their "side." It takes about 20 minutes to get from there out to my house plus we were going to stop for a movie so I told the boys to go ahead and start eating in the car while I drove. By the time we stopped at a Walgreens to get a movie they had finished eating. Neither one finished their fritos but not believing you should force kids to eat I told them they didn't have to eat them if they were full. Ok. We get out at the redbox to choose a movie and a homeless man was standing there. He offered us help in how to operate the machine but other than that he left us alone. When I got in the car he followed me and said to me that he was starving and did I have any money I could spare. I told him no but we have some fritos....would you like to have these fritos? (thinking if I was starving fritos would sound good to me) and he got this look on his face like I had really offended him and said "Fritos??? Oh HELL NO!" and walked off. Fine then. My grandsons had them later with some bean dip I had and it was a pretty good snack. This particular street in town has a lot of panhandlers (beggers) and I never give them money any more. There is a McDonald's across the street from the Walgreens where we were getting the movie and they often have panhandlers that approach people in the drive up line (until a manager realizes it and then comes out and runs them off). Once I grabbed the change out of my console....a bunch of pennies and a few silver coins....and gave to a man there behind McDonalds and he griped about getting pennies. I thought right then you know what?... pennies add up and I just won't do it any more. If they have a dog with them I will buy the dog a $1 plain hamburger, drive around and then ask if I can give it to the dog...on the days I have a spare $1......rarely happens now that I don't work any more. A KFC is across the side street and one night a panhandler approached my car in the drive up line after dark startling me when he rapped on my window and I complained to the manager who glared at me and said "it haaaaa-ppens" and walked off. I don't go there any more. Guess I won't offer anyone fritos any more either.