Costs Cartoons

Costs Cartoons

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Costs cartoon

"If you want justice, it's two hundred dollars an hour. Obstruction of justice runs a bit more."

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"And, in our continuing effort to minimize surgical costs, I'll be hitting you over the head and tearing you open with my bare hands."

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"Listen. It's at the quiet moments like this that you can actually hear the meter running."

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A Menu Board Lists The True Costs Of Lunch

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Discount Medical Suppliers

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"It was the cheapest way for us to cover the potholes."

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"The great thing about self-medicating is there is a low co-pay."

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"Graduates, faculty, parents, creditors..."

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"Perhaps Monsieur would care for something more expensive?"

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"In case of a loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks will drop down in front of you for two dollars."

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"A million five is the sticker price, so to speak."

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"All things considered, I think our marriage has been cost-effective."

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"When I grow up, I want to go into medicine and help people who can pay out of pocket."

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"Why did you think the round-trip tickets were only thirty-nine dollars a pop?"

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"I can afford to die or I can afford to be sick, but I can't afford to be sick and then die."

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"You're right - the shipping isn't free. They've folded the expense in the cost of the item."

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"She's got what we call a sock on the antenna! Afraid I'll have to take her down to the shop!"

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"He was doing well at first, but then he started drifting in and out of health coverage."

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"If peasant bread is five dollars, dare I ask about dinner rolls?"

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"Room, board, books, and tuition--I draw the line at corkage fees."

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"It hurts when I pay."

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"I admit it—I started paying for sex this summer, and it's surprisingly affordable."

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"I seek vindication." "I seek three hundred dollars an hour."

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"I think you can really picture yourself struggling to make payments here."

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"The manufacturer's suggested list price on this is sixty-seven thousand dollars, but, because of our low overhead, I can let you have it for thirty-nine ninety-five."

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