At Wit's End
Keeping it honest
An old drunk was always going on about the good old days and the lower cost of living in particular.
"When I was a kid, my mom would send me to the store, and I could get a salami, two pints of milk, six oranges, two loaves o' bread, a magazine and some new blue jeans--all for a dollar," he said.
Then the old guy said sadly, "You can't do that anymore. They got those video cameras everywhere you look."
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