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Big Groceries

In the grocery store. The guy in front of me is spending $700 on groceries. That is a bit ridiculous, especially considering that the price of groceries is going up everyday. Does this guy realize that he is hurting everyone else? What kind of jerk would do that to the rest of us? Hasn't he ever heard of conserving? If all of us just spent a few bucks less on groceries each month, then the demand for them would go down. Less demand would equal lower prices. And, after all, groceries are critical for life. Maybe someday our lawmakers will get it and make a law against spending that much on groceries. Or, hopefully our lawmakers will nationalize groceries. Yeah. Let "Big Groceries" have it. Either they keep our prices down or we take over. Then things will be better.

Comment balloon 6 commentsKevin Robinson • June 26 2008 11:22AM


:) - I think we should tax the windfall profits of "big bread" while we are at it. By the way - have you ever eaten big bread? I mean like, WOW dude!!!!

Posted by Simon Conway (Orlando Area Real Estate Services) over 10 years ago

Stop shopping at Whole Foods, Kevin!

Posted by Tchaka Owen (Galleria International Realty) over 10 years ago

You must shop at a store that sells black truffles and caviar. Good for him. I could sure use some delicious foie gras right about now.

Posted by Israel Barden (RE/MAX Big Bear Village) over 10 years ago

Kevin I have a friend with 8 children between 6 months and 14 yrs old. They are homeschooled and he also works from home. They spend between 500 and 600 everyweek. And I know they are frugal. I wonder which of his kids the conservationalists  would have him not feed.

Posted by Hugh Krone, Realtor, Sussex County NJ (Weichert Referral Associates) over 10 years ago

Oh this is too good. Earlier this year, I read that the Federal Gov't took in a record amount of tax revenue. How about a windfall tax on tax revenue?


Posted by Todd Wakefield (KW Commercial Lake Cities - Firewheel ) over 10 years ago

Great idea Todd. The govt can tax it's own windfalls.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer over 10 years ago