[He said that once consumers are struck in a quagmire they would find it extremely difficult to get out of it.] We're going to see people in a debtor's prison without walls, ... They'll essentially slip through the safety net, hit the ground and then sink into an underground economy.
It's not going to be that much of a negative for the consumers. After all, they're paying much lower prices than we've paid for six months... ( It ) might actually make everybody a winner n the sense that it could create a little stability in the market.
Like other forms of entertainment, consumers want to watch programming that interests them at their convenience, so we expect that people will watch porn films in places other than the privacy of their bedroom. Technology gives us the opportunity to provide this service. We're calling this porn on the pod!
Unfortunately, consumers are still not eating enough fruits and vegetables, which are better for you from an overall nutritional point of view due to their higher content of vitamins, minerals, and fibers.
Ethanol is a rare win-win for nearly all involved. Farmers get higher crop prices, consumers get away from imported energy, environmentalists get renewable and cleaner burning fuel and government gets to send less direct aid to farmers.
Consumers shouldn't infer that there is something particularly suspect going on if they see price variations. . . . If you saw the same price at every station it might indicate competition is working perfectly, but it isn't inconsistent with competition that there's a variety of prices.
While consumers may be a little leery of white, they don't need to be. What we're seeing is a very soft and romantic white, many times even bordering on ecru or a faded, old garment you had in white and then you go back to it and it's taken on a patina.