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Old 03-07-2013, 11:00 AM   #11
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Whoa people. Stop right there. Chuck Norris doesnt aspire or check under his bed for anyone. Chuck is the man. Best you learn this well.

Oh yeah 1.5 litre soda. I dont drink very many so when I want one its usually a Mt. Dew in a can. Other than that I dont really care what they put soda in.
I'm sure Chuck and Charles would have been good friends,and no issues-as long as Chuck didn't cross Bronson.
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Its just like the 1.5 quart "Half-gallon" of ice cream.
I find such "single-serving" sizes convenient! And weren't Charles and Chuck aquaintances through colleague Kevin Bacon? Bacon...

...breakfast time!

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Reduce size.
Maintain price point.
Increase profit.
Simple.


Oh yes. Place "SALE" sign on pallet.
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I'm sure Chuck and Charles would have been good friends,and no issues-as long as Chuck didn't cross Bronson.
Or vice versa but your right charles is a nice little feller Im sure Chuck would have been ok with him hanging around.
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Or vice versa but your right charles is a nice little feller Im sure Chuck would have been ok with him hanging around.
Hard to compare a man that took out 50 bikers with a 475 Wildey magnum and 1919 machine gun in Death Wish 3 Vs. a man that took out like 50 ninja's with his bare hands in The Octagon
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I see that you can now buy a large 1.5 liter soda vs. what was previously available in either a 1 liter or 2 liter.Why?Is this to downsize a 2 liter to make us healthier,or is this to replace the 1 liter so we now drink more?
yes. package downsizing is the newest way to raise prices. Everyone notices the extra $.25 you have to pay for something but hardly anyone notices that a "pound" of coffee is now 13 ounces or a "quart" of juice is now 28 oz, etc. What's the cost of the new size...bet that the per oz. cost is higher than before.
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