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  1. #1
    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound. Although
    I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. Today I
    went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a package
    of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.
    What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a bad storm? Or
    did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm feeling stressed on
    this as I don't believe there has been a day in the last 10-15 years that I
    haven't had several red bell peppers in my fridge. We eat them raw as a
    vegetable or in salads or cooked in something. They're so tasty and so good
    for you. Yikes!
    Janet



  2. #2
    Nancy Young Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    Janet Bostwick wrote:
    > I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    > peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    > Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson
    > thing. Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was
    > startled to see a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days
    > ago the same package was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican
    > pepper season. Was there a bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact
    > Mexican growing areas? I'm feeling stressed on this as I don't
    > believe there has been a day in the last 10-15 years that I haven't
    > had several red bell peppers in my fridge. We eat them raw as a
    > vegetable or in salads or cooked in something. They're so tasty and
    > so good for you. Yikes!


    I don't know what's going on. Last week the produce market had
    *no* green peppers, no frying peppers, and not a huge number of
    red/yellow/other color peppers.

    nancy

  3. #3
    Paul M. Cook Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$


    "Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    >I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing.
    >Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see
    >a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    >was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    >bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    >feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    >last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my fridge.
    >We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    >They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    > Janet


    Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash. So
    they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This BTW,
    is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets are
    awfully damned expensive to consumers.

    Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by the
    pound, they are sold by the unit.

    Paul



  4. #4
    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >
    > I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    > peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound. Although
    > I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. Today I
    > went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a package
    > of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.


    For that kind of money, you could buy one of those
    new KFC breadless sandwiches! :-)

  5. #5
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:41:44 -0700, "Paul M. Cook" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    >"Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]..
    >>I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >>peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >>Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing.
    >>Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see
    >>a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    >>was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    >>bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    >>feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    >>last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my fridge.
    >>We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    >>They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    >> Janet

    >
    >Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash. So
    >they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    >It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    >what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This BTW,
    >is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets are
    >awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    >
    >Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by the
    >pound, they are sold by the unit.



    I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    peppers, sold any other way but by weight.

  6. #6
    Janet Bostwick Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$


    "Mark Thorson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >>
    >> I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >> peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >> Although
    >> I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. Today
    >> I
    >> went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a
    >> package
    >> of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.

    >
    > For that kind of money, you could buy one of those
    > new KFC breadless sandwiches! :-)


    In driving by a local KFC, I saw they advertised an "All You can Eat
    Buffet." Isn't that a new departure for KFC? Something to look forward to
    ;o}
    Janet



  7. #7
    Paul M. Cook Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$


    "brooklyn1" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]..
    > On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:41:44 -0700, "Paul M. Cook" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]..
    >>>I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >>>peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >>>Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson
    >>>thing.
    >>>Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to
    >>>see
    >>>a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    >>>was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    >>>bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    >>>feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    >>>last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my
    >>>fridge.
    >>>We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    >>>They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    >>> Janet

    >>
    >>Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash.
    >>So
    >>they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    >>It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    >>what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This
    >>BTW,
    >>is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets
    >>are
    >>awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    >>
    >>Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by
    >>the
    >>pound, they are sold by the unit.

    >
    >
    > I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    > peppers, sold any other way but by weight.



    1.99 each, red, yellow, orange or green. Pack of 4 mixed colors for 6.99.
    What a deal!

    Paul



  8. #8
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 13:01:28 -0600, "Janet Bostwick"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Mark Thorson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]..
    >> Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >>>
    >>> I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >>> peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >>> Although
    >>> I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. Today
    >>> I
    >>> went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a
    >>> package
    >>> of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.

    >>
    >> For that kind of money, you could buy one of those
    >> new KFC breadless sandwiches! :-)

    >
    >In driving by a local KFC, I saw they advertised an "All You can Eat
    >Buffet." Isn't that a new departure for KFC? Something to look forward to
    >;o}
    >Janet


    Yeah, but they weigh you entering and leaving and charge by the ounce.

  9. #9
    John Kuthe Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On Apr 11, 1:55*pm, Mark Thorson <nos...@sonic.net> wrote:
    > Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >
    > > I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    > > peppers. *They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound. *Although
    > > I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. *Today I
    > > went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a package
    > > of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.

    >
    > For that kind of money, you could buy one of those
    > new KFC breadless sandwiches! *:-)


    That's a sad truth. Many people when faced with the decision between
    buying something healthy which requires cooking (like Bell peppers)
    will just Super Size it at some drive-thru grease and salt CrapFood
    emporium and be happy their belly is full ASAP.

    And we wonder why obesity has been running rampant in this country:

    http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obes...maps/index.htm

    John Kuthe...

  10. #10
    George Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On 4/11/2010 3:06 PM, Paul M. Cook wrote:
    > "brooklyn1"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    >> On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:41:44 -0700, "Paul M. Cook"<[email protected]>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>>
    >>> "Janet Bostwick"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]..
    >>>> I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >>>> peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >>>> Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson
    >>>> thing.
    >>>> Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to
    >>>> see
    >>>> a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    >>>> was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    >>>> bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    >>>> feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    >>>> last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my
    >>>> fridge.
    >>>> We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    >>>> They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    >>>> Janet
    >>>
    >>> Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash.
    >>> So
    >>> they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    >>> It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    >>> what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This
    >>> BTW,
    >>> is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets
    >>> are
    >>> awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    >>>
    >>> Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by
    >>> the
    >>> pound, they are sold by the unit.

    >>
    >>
    >> I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    >> peppers, sold any other way but by weight.

    >
    >
    > 1.99 each, red, yellow, orange or green. Pack of 4 mixed colors for 6.99.
    > What a deal!
    >
    > Paul
    >
    >

    They were $1.50/ea at out local evil mom & pop store and I was wondering
    why the price went up so much (they are usually $0.30-0.50/each).

  11. #11
    Carol Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    At my grocery store, they have a marked down/ price reduced produce
    shelf... I get a package of 4 large bell peppers for about $1.00



  12. #12
    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On 4/11/2010 1:35 PM, Nancy Young wrote:
    > Janet Bostwick wrote:
    >> I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >> peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >> Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson
    >> thing. Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was
    >> startled to see a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days
    >> ago the same package was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican
    >> pepper season. Was there a bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact
    >> Mexican growing areas? I'm feeling stressed on this as I don't
    >> believe there has been a day in the last 10-15 years that I haven't
    >> had several red bell peppers in my fridge. We eat them raw as a
    >> vegetable or in salads or cooked in something. They're so tasty and
    >> so good for you. Yikes!

    >
    > I don't know what's going on. Last week the produce market had
    > *no* green peppers, no frying peppers, and not a huge number of
    > red/yellow/other color peppers.
    > nancy


    That is strange, I was in Kroger Friday and they had tons of bell
    peppers in all colors and plenty of Anaheims and other chiles, including
    some habaneros. Prices were about average from what I saw though I
    seldom buy chiles of any kind, sweet or hot. We grow enough of our own
    to chop and freeze for cooking at any time.

  13. #13
    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    John Kuthe wrote:
    >
    > And we wonder why obesity has been running rampant in this country:
    >
    > http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/obes...maps/index.htm


    Dead link.

  14. #14
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$


    On 11-Apr-2010, "Nancy Young" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I don't know what's going on. Last week the produce market had
    > *no* green peppers, no frying peppers, and not a huge number of
    > red/yellow/other color peppers.


    I noticed a significant price increase ($1/each this week vs. 2/$1.50 last
    week) on green peppers here (STL) this week; not so for yellow, orange or
    red peppers which remained 2$/3. Poblanos also rose a bit, but not to the
    same degree as green peppers.

    This time of year, most of our bell peppers are probably coming from South
    America, certainly not local; perhaps the recent earthquakes are disrupting
    supplies. Even if the pepper plant weren't directly effected, ports and
    shipping could be an issue.
    --
    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

  15. #15
    l, not -l Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$


    On 11-Apr-2010, brooklyn1 <[email protected]> wrote:

    > >
    > >Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by
    > >the
    > >pound, they are sold by the unit.

    >
    >
    > I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    > peppers, sold any other way but by weight.


    As far back as I can remember, bell peppers have been sold by unit, not
    weight, by grocers here (STL) - generally, at the farmer's market too. The
    exceptions are:
    - tray packs, which are usually 16 ounces, most often containing 4 peppers
    - the "bargain bag" offered at the farmer's market to move out aging
    produce, mostly stuff that need to be use "right now" and trimmed of bad
    spots
    - Wal-Mart/Sam's/Aldi where tray packs are the way they sell things.
    --
    Change Cujo to Juno in email address.

  16. #16
    Charlotte L. Blackmer Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Janet Bostwick <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound. Although
    >I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing. Today I
    >went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see a package
    >of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package was $2.85.
    >What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season.


    For bells? Really? The only ones I'd expect to see are antipodean and
    hothouse grown (in Canada, the US, or Holland). I'll have to check labels
    next time I'm at the greengrocer but they are wildly off season AFAICT.

    >Was there a bad storm?


    If the rains I'm seeing get as far south as you're thinking about, it's
    been a series of them.

    >Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas?


    You might ask your produce buyers what happened to their supply.

    Charlotte
    --

  17. #17
    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 15:00:19 -0400, brooklyn1
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:41:44 -0700, "Paul M. Cook" <[email protected]>
    >wrote:
    >
    >>
    >>"Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>news:[email protected]..
    >>>I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    >>>peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    >>>Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing.
    >>>Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see
    >>>a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    >>>was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    >>>bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    >>>feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    >>>last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my fridge.
    >>>We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    >>>They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    >>> Janet

    >>
    >>Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash. So
    >>they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    >>It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    >>what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This BTW,
    >>is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets are
    >>awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    >>
    >>Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by the
    >>pound, they are sold by the unit.

    >
    >
    >I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    >peppers, sold any other way but by weight.


    In this neck of the woods (Southern Ontario, Canada) I'm seeing more
    and more stores selling vegetables like peppers by the unit. And,
    other items like rutabaga and cabbage that used to be sold by the unit
    are now being sold by the Kg.

    Ross.

  18. #18
    notbob Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    On 2010-04-11, Janet Bostwick <[email protected]> wrote:

    > peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.


    I would think bells would take more than a couple to make pound. You
    wanna see insane, howzabout $3.64 ea for a persimmon, and that was 3
    yrs ago.

    nb

  19. #19
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    In article <hpt55a$3pu$[email protected]>,
    "Paul M. Cook" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > "Janet Bostwick" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]..
    > >I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    > >peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    > >Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson thing.
    > >Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to see
    > >a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    > >was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    > >bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    > >feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    > >last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my fridge.
    > >We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    > >They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    > > Janet

    >
    > Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash. So
    > they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    > It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    > what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This BTW,
    > is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets are
    > awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    >
    > Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by the
    > pound, they are sold by the unit.
    >
    > Paul


    Geez. I'm glad I don't like Bell Peppers! Tomatoes are up too, even
    Romas.

    I'll just go back to using canned ones. There is nothing that says you
    have to support the greedy ass holes.
    --
    Peace! Om

    Web Albums: <http://picasaweb.google.com/OMPOmelet>
    *Only Irish *coffee provides in a single glass all four *essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar *and fat. --Alex Levine

  20. #20
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Holy Moly!! Bell Pepper $$$$

    In article <hpt87s$qfe$[email protected]>,
    George <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On 4/11/2010 3:06 PM, Paul M. Cook wrote:
    > > "brooklyn1"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]..
    > >> On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:41:44 -0700, "Paul M. Cook"<[email protected]>
    > >> wrote:
    > >>
    > >>>
    > >>> "Janet Bostwick"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    > >>> news:[email protected]..
    > >>>> I stopped at Albertsons yesterday and was going to buy some red bell
    > >>>> peppers. They were selling them for something like $3.79 a pound.
    > >>>> Although I was startled, I just figured that was the usual Albertson
    > >>>> thing.
    > >>>> Today I went to Cash and Carry to get bell peppers and was startled to
    > >>>> see
    > >>>> a package of 6 was $8.77. (A case was $100) 10 days ago the same package
    > >>>> was $2.85. What did I miss? This is Mexican pepper season. Was there a
    > >>>> bad storm? Or did that earthquake impact Mexican growing areas? I'm
    > >>>> feeling stressed on this as I don't believe there has been a day in the
    > >>>> last 10-15 years that I haven't had several red bell peppers in my
    > >>>> fridge.
    > >>>> We eat them raw as a vegetable or in salads or cooked in something.
    > >>>> They're so tasty and so good for you. Yikes!
    > >>>> Janet
    > >>>
    > >>> Food is a commodity. Rich people lost money in the stock market crash.
    > >>> So
    > >>> they want to get their money back by jacking up the prices of commodities.
    > >>> It has nothing at all to do with weather or season. Wall Street dictates
    > >>> what you pay for food since big agriculture now owns the markets. This
    > >>> BTW,
    > >>> is what is commonly referred to as the "free market." And free markets
    > >>> are
    > >>> awfully damned expensive to consumers.
    > >>>
    > >>> Bell peppers are about 2 dollars each at my Albertson's. Never mind by
    > >>> the
    > >>> pound, they are sold by the unit.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> I've never throughout my entire life seen bell peppers, or any
    > >> peppers, sold any other way but by weight.

    > >
    > >
    > > 1.99 each, red, yellow, orange or green. Pack of 4 mixed colors for 6.99.
    > > What a deal!
    > >
    > > Paul
    > >
    > >

    > They were $1.50/ea at out local evil mom & pop store and I was wondering
    > why the price went up so much (they are usually $0.30-0.50/each).


    Screw 'em. Let them rot in the bins.

    You can live without them for awhile!
    --
    Peace! Om

    Web Albums: <http://picasaweb.google.com/OMPOmelet>
    *Only Irish *coffee provides in a single glass all four *essential food groups: alcohol, caffeine, sugar *and fat. --Alex Levine

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