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A cartoonish look at life...
In the movie “Taking Woodstock,” which takes place in 1969, there is a scene that I am certain the scriptwriter had some fun with while poking fun at popular culture today. In the film, hundreds of thousands of people descend upon the little town in the Catskills, where the locals are ill-prepared for such a huge wave of humanity. Restroom facilities as well as fresh water may have been in short supply, but certainly not the law of supply and demand. In one scene, one character remarks to another that someone actually paid a dollar for a plastic jug of water...can you imagine?! Now who in the world would actually pay for a bottle of water when you can get it straight from the tap for practically nothing? My, how times have changed.
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It's kinda ironic as the ad beside this cartoon on AgWeb page is for custom water bottles!
And the same people who pay $1 per bottle complain about gas at $3/gal.