[Homestead] David vs. Goliath
lurine at com-pair.net
Tue Feb 10 13:50:13 EST 2009
An "end cap" is those extra shelves that are on the ends of isles. They
usually have sale displays on them. Having children doesn't have anything
to do with it. And, yes, $1 is outrageous for a box of fluff.
Besides, I don't buy anything from tobacco companies! And, yes, before you
ask, Kraft is owned by Phillip-Morris.
----- Original Message -----
From: "bobf" <bobford79 at yahoo.com>
>I don't get it ....are you saying that a dollar is too much or that it is
>too much and it's on an end cap, or what? Remeber I don't have children,
>probably haven't bought macoroni and chesse in thirty years, but a dollar
>is pretty cheap for just about any meal , isn't it? I mean , one bell
>pepper is a dollar.........
> p.s. I just saw a survey, maybe on slate , of the best 'tasting' macoroni
> and cheese products -- maybe on Slate? Kraft was in the top ten, but not
> right at the top.
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