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Me or you griping? Meh. The governor griping? Now there’s a call to arms! Case in point comes from New Hampshire, where the AP reports that a Londonberry Township resident took to Twitter to ask a local market to stop placing the price stickers over the opening of bagged deli items. Well, from his fingers to God’s feed. Or to be accurate, the feed of Gov. Chris Sununu, who weighed in that he also hates dealing with the stickers. That was all it took. The store quickly said it would have a little talk with the deli folks. And that, my friends, is how retail politics works.