Bread (was Re: Woohooo! Dell + Linux)
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Greg Folkert wrote:
> On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 14:46 -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
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>> On 03/30/07 13:59, John Hasler wrote:
>>> Ron Johnson writes:
>>>> We buy the cheapest *whole* wheat bread at the local store that doesn't
>>>> taste like crumbly cardboard.
>>> See? You're picky.
>> Taste pickiness != snob pickiness. (Although snobs like to pretend
>> it is.)
>>> Cathy Consumer buys the cheapest white bread, full
>> Not true unless you're on a very tight budget. Ask your wife
>> whether she'd spend an extra 30 cents on bread from a brand she trusts.
> We buy Bread at Aldi. $0.45 a loaf or $0.15 a loaf when trying to sell
> off before tomorrow's shipment. Seem pretty much everything is that way
> at Aldi.
> The white bread is very good for "tasteless" bread. Wheat is $0.50,
> $0.15 respectively, I like the wheat better than most "branded" kind.
Which country is this? Here, Aldi doesn't ever sell bread that cheap.
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