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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    ^ Just sit home, sale dope and refuse to get a job and the State will feed them for you, Tex.
    Smart thinkin! Selling dope is all about traditional values and being able to stay home with your kids ;-). Of course, I will only sell ORGANIC dope.

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    ^^ No need to watch/supervise the kids either-just let them run wild-call them 'free range' to go along with the organic dope. You would probably get an eco-award!
    Don't slap me, cause I'm not in the mood!

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    Organic dope. lol. That's funny.

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    With this never ending drought here in Aust,food prices are through the roof...I am bloody sure the middle men are making things worse....as the bastards always do.

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    Eggs were up to $1.66/dozen this week at the grocery store. They were always around $1/dozen before, and had recently gone up to $1.33, but I noticed another price increase. Depressing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze View Post
    A dozen eggs where I live has been over the $3 mark for as long as I can remember. I always buy organic because they're only a $1 more. Americans, especially outside the major centres, have super-cheap food prices compared to the average Canadian market.
    Same here in Portland. I've been paying anywhere from $1.99 per dozen to $2.49-$3.00 per dozen for years. If I want to purchase cage-free or fertilized eggs, it's about $3.50-$4.50.

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