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Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
That's the difference between us, between my generation and yours. You drink orange juice. I drink scotch -- like the man I am.
2006-10-06 @ 11:10
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email

While I agree with your assertion that they have a lot of chutzpah, I have to place the onus mainly on the market. If people refused to pay these exorbitant prices, they would come down. The fact is, though, that we've become so fat, lazy, effete, rich and undisciplined that we spoil ourselves the way we do our children. There's no self-control: if we want something now, we have to have it now.

I often refrain from buying items that are too highly priced. And it's not that I can't afford it, it's the principle of the matter. Alas, though, just as people get the government they deserve, they also get the market they deserve.
2006-10-07 @ 13:21
Comment from: Steve Schmitt [Visitor] Email
folks who charge those sort of usurious prices are being merely gutsy when they publicize that fact before you order. when they don't make it very evident what their prices are, that is nothing more than a sneaky way of ripping people off. it would serve them right to have a few folks barf the stuff back up in order to return it for credit.
2006-10-10 @ 22:35
Comment from: Royce Aube [Visitor] Email
I figured out a long time ago my last name is Aube not Rockefeller and I agree $7.00 is out of my reach .Should there not be a law against 4 ounce/ glass at $7.00 ,32 ounces/ jug, $56.00 for a $4.oo investment. Drug dealers your in the wrong buisness.People don't let this greed happen to you stand up like a man ,have a $10.00 shot of scotch and complain
2006-10-11 @ 14:00

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