FROM THE AM-I-MISSING-SOMETHING? FILES:
Seen at the supermarket: A sticker advertising a package of melon slices for $4.99, reduced from. . . $4.99. And it's not like it was a typo, either: Underneath the "reduced price" information was the following: "You save: 0.00." Is this supposed to appeal to people? I mean, sure, I bought seven, but I didn't feel particularly good about it.