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Where to Eat in Manitowoc Wisconsin

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Where to Eat in Manitowoc Wisconsin

Postby palani » Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:40 am

While there try the cheese curds. Or the $.12 burgers.


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Re: Where to Eat in Manitowoc Wisconsin

Postby palani » Wed Aug 27, 2014 9:40 am

Note ... with these prices a minimum wage of $1 an hour becomes reasonable.

With standard menu prices a minimum wage of $15 an hour is being sought.

The question then devolves into 'Why don't you hire a better purchasing agent?' and benefit from lower wages?
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Re: Where to Eat in Manitowoc Wisconsin

Postby Pumpkin » Wed Aug 27, 2014 8:44 pm

Good God, that tells a lot doesn't it. I had noticed a few years back, what I was paying for silver dimes was about the same price per pound of ground beef. When the dime was coined, it would buy a pound of ground beef. This makes those who live paycheck to paycheck seem reasonable.
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Re: Where to Eat in Manitowoc Wisconsin

Postby palani » Thu Aug 28, 2014 5:27 pm

At 15x face for 90% coinage two dimes 'cost' $3.00 in FRNs. So gas at present (local price $3.19 per gallon) is $.21 in early 60s coinage.

That price is possibly $.03- $.04 higher per gallon than I used to pay in the '60s. So inflation for gas is running at 23% for 50 years or .46% inflation PER YEAR.
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