“PA... bread: $1, milk: $3 (sometimes less on both)
Seems to me that this was a lame attempt at finding the highest amount in the average and making it a general statement to garner favor in the article.
Why is it news if someone guesses wrong on something ? Actually, who cares if he knows or not.”
“Read the blurb on Rudy Guilliani...
Not that I'm backing him or anyone up, but I don't pay $3.49 for a loaf of bread - nor do I pay $3.38 for milk.
Maybe this reporter (and their editor) should get their facts straight before trying to make a point.
I hate bad reporting.”
stagebandman on Dec 30, 2012 at 20:13:11
“In Chicago, a gallon of milk runs between 3.29 and 4.99, depending on brand, and a major brand of a loaf of bread is 2.99 on sale, house brand around 1.50.
Don't know where you live, but that's how it is here.”
“This article is poorly composed - stop mixing Zombies and cosplay with cannibalism.
Some people are deeply into politics but that would be like calling 'government' as a form of entertainment.
This makes a mockery of the tragedies that have happened.”
DStredwick on Sep 7, 2012 at 10:25:17
“I agree about making a mockery tragedies, Rusty, but the truth is that as scary as 'government' and politics can be, they ARE highly entertaining. Especially in an election year.”