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Old 09-27-2006, 03:36 PM   #15
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it's good news but old news...

it has been the topic of just about every television and radio news cast and news papers all over the world for the past week or more..

I can only hope that Wal-Mart goes ahead with the program..

Although old news, its still nice of you to bring the subject to the fore front again.. thanks.


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Old 09-28-2006, 04:32 AM   #16
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Well ya know we have full timers on here, and since this is a local thing so far, thought perhaps they may not have gotten the news, after all it's only here in Fl. I'm sure Walmart will go ahead, after all they started One stop shopping, do you have any idea how this will only boost their business even more, No dummies running that company!

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Drug company ads on TV, trying to make themselves look good, are another part of the high cost of prescription drugs. For example, "If you can't afford your medicines, maybe Merck can help" Yea right!!!!! It isn't Merck that is absorbing the cost of these ads, it's us, the consumers that are paying for these ads through ridiculous prices. Greed is ruining this country.
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Old 09-28-2006, 05:48 AM   #18
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In the '50's thorozine [for senility] cost $1.00 per pill. Her father needed to take it.
This was outragious.
The wholesale price was 1/10 of a cent per pill.

My mother worked for Sharp & Dome, now Merk.

Her boss said to go to the warehouse and get a SCOOP FULL out of the BARREL.

These companies are raping the needy and I bet the CEO's go to church every Sunday and put
25 cents in the collection tray too.

If indeed Walmart can do this accross the board it will be a boone to travelers and locals too.

The next thing you will hear is that drug stores are going out of business because of the Big Bad Walmart Stores. Well they deserve it.

Greedy little men in white coats.

No more RV'ing. Sold it.
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