I'm not kidding. And, as of October, my wait will be over. Of course, it will be absolutely mobbed at first, making a trip there an ordeal one would rather avoid, and they're almost certainly not going to get a license to sell beer and wine (although I've always wondered why they didn't simply open an adjacent liquor store when combining groceries and alcohol wasn't allowed.) And I'm surprised that it turned out to be Warwick rather than Providence, or at least closer to Providence. I guess Warwick hustled a little more to make the deal, though I know some of the people over in Summit had been trying to entice TJ's to North Main Street, which would have been a great location. I guess it'll be left to Miriam, the bars, and auto places, unfortunately. Still: totally stoked.