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Old 07-19-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Anybody ever seen a $900 light bulb before?????

I can't believe Amazon would allow such a rip-off !
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Old 07-19-2013, 07:38 PM   #2
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But it's the last one , of course they want more money, but unless they include the shipping , I'm out.

And people wonder why I don't shop on line.
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Hey, it is less than the military has paid for toilet seats.

You bought it, right?
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Gotta be a typo.
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Look at some of the other stuff that they are selling.

There have a clamp on meter that was listed for over $8000 which can be had from another Internet source for $1200.

To some people it's all a matter of marketing.

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There are people out there that think because they pay more for an item , it's better.
That must be the target sales group.
Just think in 20 years it'll be on antiques road show for a 1/2 mill.
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I've got fresh pears for $1000.00 a piece. I may not sell many pears, but hey, I only have to sell one!
Any takers? I promise you it will be the best pear you have ever eaten (or at least the most expensive.)
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I hope the base is made of gold
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The ad does say that all electrical components are for European use (220-240 volts) so most of us don't need it anyway.
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There are people out there that think because they pay more for an item , it's better.
That must be the Target sales group.
Just think in 20 years it'll be on antiques road show for a 1/2 mill.
I'm thinking Diamonds or maybe Sears.
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The ad does say that all electrical components are for European use (220-240 volts) so most of us don't need it anyway.
I suspect there's an automated currency conversion process that is going awry.
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