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Re: price-gouging

  • Subject: Re: price-gouging
  • From: NardaA@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 17:17:45 EDT

Bill and Bob, sometimes the people in small towns don't buy at the same 
wholesale volume and therefore have to charge more just to make a profit and 
a meager one at that.  

Down home in the mountains when the people started lining up at the gas 
stations the owners figured they would run of gas soon so they just limited 
the amount of gas that people could buy.  Ten bucks and that was it and they 
were able to let everyone who wanted it have their ten dollars worth.  No one 
had an empty tank and no one went home being a hog.  Nuf said.  N.
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