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This week in my Marketing class my group is giving a presentation on pricing (oh joy of joys indeed). I was lamenting to The Fiance on the subject and the result was the above observation. I have to say I agree with him, even if it's incredibly disheartening.

Uploaded by morgane at 00:47 on 17 April 2013


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Gravatar Posted at 05:12
Tue 23 Apr 2013
by Opispalioxess

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Posted at 15:44
Wed 17 Apr 2013
by morgane

LMAO You all are a riot. Ellen, I too have done the same thing at a golf store! You would think their polo shirts are sewn together with gold thread or something.

Mike, that is unsettling. Humorous though. :)

Joseph, that's insane. I think that sort of thing is why Louis flies an experimental plane.

Gravatar Posted at 10:48
Wed 17 Apr 2013
by Joseph

But wait, after you buy the aviation bucket you can't even use it yet. It must be TSO'd with a PMA stamp and listed on a 337 then entered on the Schedule C in the POH.

Gravatar Posted at 09:41
Wed 17 Apr 2013
by Mike B

The cost goes up another order of magnitude when you want to send a bucket into space. Worse when you consider that the bucket might not even be used to hold air.

Gravatar Posted at 01:07
Wed 17 Apr 2013
by Ellen

Ha! And holds true across high end activities. I once popped into a golf shop to buy a shirt. Left empty handed; they cost more than my first car.

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