My main man ran over a large rock with our lawn mower taking a chunk out of the blade. I heard it hit and the mower stopped dead in its rotation. The mower now has this grinding sound and I don't know better... but I have a feeling that a few teeth out of the gears has been snapped off inside the engine.
So we went to Canadian Tire (like a Home Depot) to look for a mower... They had a 14" Electric Mower for $159.99... It was too narrow we thought and so we have decided to wait for a larger one when we have more money. This was 3 days ago!
Last Night's Paper Came and there's that $159.99 Mower in the Flyer, NOW ON SALE for $90.00. The price dropping of $69.99 + tax = 79.09.
I turned to Diva Dan and said to him THANK GOD we never bought that mower for $159.99, we would have been ripped off.
Which leads me to my point... if a store can reduce a mower nearly $80.00 with the taxes worked in... could they have not lowered the regular price in the first place? Or do they need to overage the people who bought it at the $159.99 price to compensate for the people who are lucky enough to have waited for a sale?
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