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Holiday Humor It's not only during Christmas we go broke, but sometimes it can be every day!
Tags: holiday  humor  gas  prices  gouging 
Added: 6th December 2007
Views: 3673
Posted By: Sophia
Trans-Canada Airlines Ad Check out the ad for Trans-Canada Airlines (later Air Canada) from the early 1950s. The prices to Montreal and Toronto are from New York City. What a bargain! Those definitely were the good old days. Recently Air Canada announced that passengers travelling with extra luggage must pay a $25 surcharge per bag.
Tags: Trans-Canada  Airlines  ad 
Added: 1st May 2008
Views: 1579
Posted By: Lava1964
A Different Perspective on Gas Prices Tags: Gas  prices 
Added: 15th May 2008
Views: 2289
Posted By: Lava1964
Just a Memory Look at the prices at this 60's grocery store meat department!! Chuck Roast 49 cents a pound!! Pot Roast 59 cents!! I had almost forgotten this is what life used to be like..... and the girl behind the counter is even smiling, that's a rare event nowdays.
Tags: supermarkets  60s  rising  prices 
Added: 24th February 2008
Views: 1886
Posted By: Naomi
Beatles At Shea Stadium 1965 When The Beatles performed at New York's Shea Stadium in August 1965, it was the biggest rock concert in history to that time. More than 55,000 fans were in attendance. Ticket prices averaged about $6.
Tags: Beatles  Shea  Stadium 
Added: 6th May 2008
Views: 5691
Posted By: Lava1964
Hulk Hogan SI Cover Pro wrestling may have hit its pinnacle in 1985 when grappling thespian Hulk Hogan was featured on the cover of the April 29 edition of Sports Illustrated. It generated letters to the editor for several weeks, equally pro and con. One rasslin' fan wrote, 'With low ticket prices, no offseason, no trades, no contract disputes...pro wrestling is true sports entertainment!' A contrary opinion was offered by another SI reader who wrote, 'For you to even think of pro wrestlers as athletes is ridiculous, let alone put one of those marshmallows on the cover. Come on!'
Tags: Hulk  Hogan  Sports  Illustrated  cover 
Added: 14th June 2008
Views: 2275
Posted By: Lava1964
Woolworths How bout those prices. Yikes.
Tags: woolworths 
Added: 22nd June 2008
Views: 1543
Posted By: roseanns1
YRT Interview- Dan Nelson of Anthrax and Joey Z of Life of Agony The band Anthrax has been around since 1981, I ran into Dan and Joey Z at a Toys For Tots collection in Stamford, CT. The location was at Tommy K who sell name brand supplements at wholesale prices, it was nice of them to host this event.
Tags: YRT  Interview-  Dan  Nelson  of  Anthrax  and  Joey  Z  of  Life  of  Agony    Tommy  K  Toys  for  Tots  US  Marine  Corps 
Added: 11th December 2008
Views: 14031
Posted By: Steve
Ummm...The Price Is Wrong If it is true what I have heard, that the armed forces are known for paying extraordinary prices for everyday items, then this guy must be a company man all the way. The woman sure loved his bid tho.
Tags: thepriceisright 
Added: 3rd April 2009
Views: 1144
Posted By: nbmike
Canada Discontinues Pennies On May 4, 2012 Canada's Finance Minister Jim Flaherty was on hand at the Royal Canadian Mint to see the last penny roll off the line. Six weeks earlier he had announced that Canada's one-cent coin would be discontinued. An overwhelming majority of Canadians applauded the government's decision. Most felt the move was long overdue. Citing low purchasing power and rising production costs, the government decided to phase the penny out of existence starting in the fall of 2012, when the Royal Canadian Mint will stop distributing the one-cent coin to financial institutions. Over time, that will lead to the penny effectively becoming extinct, although the government noted that one-cent coins will always be accepted in cash transactions for as long as people still hold on to them. The value of the penny has decreased to about 1/20th of its purchasing power in the last 100 years. Indeed, the lowly penny has fallen so far that Ottawa described it as a "burden to the [Canadian] economy" in a pamphlet explaining the change. In part because of rising prices for the metals it's made of, it actually costs 1.6 cents to produce every penny. The government estimates it loses $11 million a year producing and distributing the penny, and that doesn't include the costs and frustrations for businesses and consumers that use them in transactions.
Tags: pennies  Canada  numismatics 
Added: 29th March 2012
Views: 1428
Posted By: Lava1964

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