Sep 20, 2011
(via Questionable Advice)
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Category: Food & Drink, History, z - Business & Marketing
The more spent by business for taxes and regulatory compliance, the less this is true.
wow, that’s cool! I didn’t realize that many business or homes had phones in 1915. Interestingly, 1915 was the year of the first transcontinental telephone call!
I heard their bread was horrible.
The only reason to buy local is to reduce the negative effects of transport. Most other reasons smack of xenophobia and self-service. I have no more affinity for a business owner in my home town than one in Azerbaijan.
Actually, there are lots of reasons to buy local and independent. Shopping local keeps more of your money circulating in your local economy, where it’s likely to return to you in better parks, schools, arts and civic programs. Why wouldn’t you invest in the place you live?
Furthermore, when you shop local you do more than shorten the geographical distance between you and the goods; you increase the quality of relationship and communication between consumer and producer, resulting in superior quality products.
Woody your obviously a Fox news watcher.
It just makes sense to buy local. If there is no reason not to then why not? Support your town, your country, your neighbors… The baker has logic.
No he doesn’t. Because it usually ISN’T the same price to buy local.
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