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eyesroll Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-11-07 08:26 AM
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17. Store-brand white bread costs about that much around here (Milwaukee),
but milk's of course way more than that. And if you want bread with actual texture and nutrients, you'll have to pay more than $1.50.
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  -Giuliani Clueless On Cost Of Bread Or Milk: I gotta admit--- so am I. trumad  Apr-11-07 08:12 AM   #0 
  - Same here  seemunkee   Apr-11-07 08:15 AM   #1 
  - I'm not saying I shouldn't know  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:17 AM   #4 
  - My budget says  hobbit709   Apr-11-07 08:16 AM   #2 
  - Agree.  tinfoilinfor2005   Apr-11-07 08:29 AM   #21 
  - I'm a woman and I don't know the prices either  BlueGirlRedState   Apr-11-07 08:17 AM   #3 
  - He is way off though.  terip64   Apr-11-07 08:18 AM   #5 
  - What is the price of a gallon of milk... $3.25?  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:22 AM   #10 
  - I have to whisper this...  terip64   Apr-11-07 08:27 AM   #18 
     - How does raw milk taste compared to store bought?  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:31 AM   #23 
     - It is truly unbelievable  terip64   Apr-11-07 08:39 AM   #26 
     - Used to be half price  sandnsea   Apr-11-07 10:34 AM   #54 
  - Store-brand white bread costs about that much around here (Milwaukee),  eyesroll   Apr-11-07 08:26 AM   #17 
  - Where I shop, milk is $1.99 and bread is less than a buck. n/t  lumberjack_jeff   Apr-11-07 09:14 AM   #35 
     - $1.99 for a gallon?  NCevilDUer   Apr-11-07 09:31 AM   #43 
        - Family drinks about 6-7 gallons per week.  lumberjack_jeff   Apr-11-07 09:44 AM   #44 
  - I'm with you, actually. It's not like I'm not going to buy it b/c of the cost.  DemItAllAnyway   Apr-11-07 08:18 AM   #6 
  - Oh yeah  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:21 AM   #8 
  - He seems clueless here as well...  misanthrope   Apr-11-07 08:19 AM   #7 
  - I'm a woman who grocery shops every week and I don't know  HopeLives   Apr-11-07 08:21 AM   #9 
  - female here... no i dont look. but then i dont have to be concerned if i have the $  seabeyond   Apr-11-07 08:22 AM   #11 
  - I'm female and don't know either  gollygee   Apr-11-07 08:24 AM   #12 
  - Well since you are a male... we'll let you off.  hang a left   Apr-11-07 08:25 AM   #13 
  - Not to defend Roody, but yeah, I don't pay attention to it either. I always  wienerdoggie   Apr-11-07 08:25 AM   #14 
  - I don't know about JFK, but I have heard Teddy itemize food product prices  tinfoilinfor2005   Apr-11-07 08:38 AM   #25 
  - i know exactly what I paid for bread and milk yesterday  AZDemDist6   Apr-11-07 08:25 AM   #15 
  - A couple of weeks back they messed up on the price of my hamburger  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:30 AM   #22 
     - yeah, i think that could safely be called a mess up  AZDemDist6   Apr-11-07 08:48 AM   #30 
  - Me too. NT  mondo joe   Apr-11-07 08:25 AM   #16 
  - I must be really weird.  Tyler Durden   Apr-11-07 08:28 AM   #19 
  - I was thinking the SAME thing  Marrah_G   Apr-11-07 10:10 AM   #49 
  - Ahh, but a better question is: Why do you not know?  brokensymmetry   Apr-11-07 08:28 AM   #20 
  - Very true...  trumad   Apr-11-07 08:33 AM   #24 
  - In the meantime can I suggest that we spend just a little more on our food.  terip64   Apr-11-07 08:48 AM   #31 
  - Very true.  trotsky   Apr-11-07 08:55 AM   #32 
  - Dude...that time is here.  hang a left   Apr-11-07 09:03 AM   #33 
  - well said  SemperEadem   Apr-11-07 09:16 AM   #36 
  - I'm already there.  Marrah_G   Apr-11-07 10:29 AM   #52 
  - There can be huge variance in price. I can spend 59 cents on a  Ilsa   Apr-11-07 08:41 AM   #27 
  - I pay $3 for a half-gallon - I'm one of those lactose-intolerant  bullwinkle428   Apr-11-07 08:45 AM   #28 
  - It actually doesn't matter to me what the price of ...  Tracer   Apr-11-07 08:46 AM   #29 
  - I am a female and I too have to admit ....  Missy M   Apr-11-07 09:09 AM   #34 
  - Not knowing only proves you know without a doubt you can afford it.  AuntPatsy   Apr-11-07 09:19 AM   #37 
  - I always look at prices when I shop  unpossibles   Apr-11-07 09:20 AM   #38 
  - perhaps Giuliani needs spend a month living on minimum wage  SemperEadem   Apr-11-07 09:20 AM   #39 
  - It's not a guy thing, it's a middle-class thing.  NCevilDUer   Apr-11-07 09:23 AM   #40 
  - Milk: dates, yes. prices, no.  trof   Apr-11-07 09:23 AM   #41 
  - snarf  trumad   Apr-11-07 09:30 AM   #42 
  - Hahaha..... a gallon barely lasts 2 days in my house  Marrah_G   Apr-11-07 10:18 AM   #51 
  - I've got some milk and bread to sell to many of you.....;)  WinkyDink   Apr-11-07 09:46 AM   #45 
  - I didn't always check  Col Jack D Ripper   Apr-11-07 09:53 AM   #46 
  - As a single working mom every cent counts  Marrah_G   Apr-11-07 10:08 AM   #47 
  - living on SSDI- same deal  kineneb   Apr-11-07 10:32 AM   #53 
  - I do  skippysmom   Apr-11-07 10:08 AM   #48 
  - Yeah OJ sucks  Marrah_G   Apr-11-07 10:17 AM   #50 
  - its usually $1.99 for a gallon where I buy it  LSK   Apr-11-07 10:36 AM   #55 
  - Rudy wasn't that far off.  trumad   Apr-11-07 05:17 PM   #56 
  - A half gallon of organic 2% milk is around $3.50 here.  DesertedRose   Apr-11-07 05:22 PM   #57 
  - Do you realize how fortunate you are that you buy it at any price?  Beaverhausen   Apr-11-07 05:25 PM   #58 
  - Me too....  BronxBoy   Apr-11-07 05:26 PM   #59 
  - I stopped paying attention and started again  Jed Dilligan   Apr-11-07 05:31 PM   #60 
 

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