VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
"While humans bear the brunt of mother nature this winter, these 7 industries are taking advantage of our misery."
Typical MSN crap. Not one of these industries are taking advantage of anything. Taking advantage suggests a deliberate effort to capitalize on peoples situations. Your pipes burst, you call a plumber. You want to get away from the cold, YOU decide to take a vacation. Your clothing isn't warm enough, you buy a coat. Where does the "taking advantage of misery" come into play???
LL Bean's Maine Warden's Parka - you can't go wrong with that winter coat.
Call Jerry Kelly and ask for Will!
So I guess farmers are taking advantage of people who eat?
Come on MSN - supply and demand is how we do it here in the States.
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