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Meet the Press 7/24 (debt/journalism side)

Discussion in 'Sports and News' started by KP, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. BrianGriffin

    BrianGriffin Active Member

    Tea Party pizza would be tired of paying $13.99 for pizza and decide to cut pizza.

    That wouldn't be the worst thing (I'm more of a Thai and sushi person anyway).
  2. CarltonBanks

    CarltonBanks New Member

    lol...give me a spicy tuna roll over Dominos any day.
  3. DanOregon

    DanOregon Well-Known Member

    GOPizza would give a price cut to rich people figuring if the masses see rich people eating their pizza they'll want to go there as well and try their overpriced pizza.

    Funny - to think of it - isn't this what gift bags at awards shows and other celebrity parties are intended to do?
  4. heyabbott

    heyabbott Well-Known Member

    move to a richer area.

    raise prices and become more exclusive. only provide pizza (and health care and housing) to the wealthy. charge them more, less work, less customers and greater profit margins.
  5. YankeeFan

    YankeeFan Well-Known Member

    Hey Baron, this Pizza analogy is one people can work with.
  6. BTExpress

    BTExpress Well-Known Member

    You don't bear all the losses.

    That stock you sold lost $15,000?

    Take a $3,000 capital loss every year for the next five years.

    Or use it to offset a $15,000 capital gain somewhere else.
  7. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    Sure, but what about the pizzas with no crusts? They deserve to be called a pizza too.
  8. CarltonBanks

    CarltonBanks New Member

    Now government programs would ensure pizza for all. They would have to buy the pizza or pay a penalty to the IRS, but there will be a ton of government subsidies available for those that cannot really afford pizza. There will also be a few trial programs capping the amount you could sue the pizza company for if you get food poisioning.
    However, if you are a friend of the government you can apply for a pizza waiver and not have to worry about the new pizza program for awhile. But not everyone is approved.
  9. printdust

    printdust New Member

    They would buy the pizza, then give all but a slice back to the government. Then the government would return a piece a year later.
  10. CarltonBanks

    CarltonBanks New Member

    A pizza in every pot.
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