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If you are not buying in the right place, you may be spending too much on
the necessities of the kitchen. Here is an example that I saw provided by
Forbes.


http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate...y-Well-on-Less
A kilo of Petrossian caviar costs $11,750 in Paris versus $16,500 in Dubai

Comparative shopping pays.



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On Mon 20 Oct 2008 05:08:58a, Edwin Pawlowski told us...

If you are not buying in the right place, you may be spending too much
on the necessities of the kitchen. Here is an example that I saw
provided by Forbes.


http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate...ts-to-Live-Ver
y-Well-on-Less
A kilo of Petrossian caviar costs $11,750 in Paris versus $16,500 in
Dubai

Comparative shopping pays.



OMG, I hope they still have some left by the time I get there!



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In article ,
"Edwin Pawlowski" wrote:

If you are not buying in the right place, you may be spending too much on
the necessities of the kitchen. Here is an example that I saw provided by
Forbes.


http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate...-Live-Very-Wel
l-on-Less
A kilo of Petrossian caviar costs $11,750 in Paris versus $16,500 in Dubai

Comparative shopping pays.


I'll bet Christine makes that notation for her blog. Even with
shopping, it's location, location, location. . . . :-)

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"Edwin Pawlowski" wrote in message
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If you are not buying in the right place, you may be spending too much on
the necessities of the kitchen. Here is an example that I saw provided by
Forbes.


http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate...y-Well-on-Less
A kilo of Petrossian caviar costs $11,750 in Paris versus $16,500 in Dubai

Comparative shopping pays.

LOL...maybe now I can order my Mercedes after saving on that....Sharon


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"Edwin Pawlowski" wrote in message
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If you are not buying in the right place, you may be spending too much on
the necessities of the kitchen. Here is an example that I saw provided by
Forbes.


http://finance.yahoo.com/real-estate...y-Well-on-Less
A kilo of Petrossian caviar costs $11,750 in Paris versus $16,500 in Dubai

Comparative shopping pays.


And the $4,750 savings will allow me to fly first-class to Paris to pick it
up.

Felice




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