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It Costs What It Costs I agree with this blog one-hundred percent, I work at a boat rental in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin and have to listen to people complain about the prices every day and I sometimes want to strangle them. I truly believe that there is a mental disorder that affects a good portion of people in this world, and the disorder has to do with always complaining. I think that this is also a normal trend, my Grandma tells me about the days when she could get a candy bar for a nickel and a gallon of gas for a quarter. Technology is getting better and better every day, and the rise in minimum wage means that businesses have to charge more or else they will go out of business. As more and more countries become industrialized, the people get paid more and production costs rise. Every day in the summer I get people that complain to me about prices. What the general public doesn’t understand that the $68,000 pier lease, the five gallons of gas they burn an hour, insurance and payroll all adds up. I have worked there since I was thirteen, until a couple of years ago I explained to people why it costs 90 dollars an hour to rent a
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Salyards during the Fall '08 term at Winona.

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