On 12/27/2010 3:41 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
No but they are still more labor intensive than many other things per
cost. Granted much of that is shipping and stocking now.
I have bought quite a few Amish eggs though, and they haven't
changed, maybe a bit cheaper per dozen.
The labor needed for either, I'm sure is a *lot* less than it was forty years
ago. That said, eggs are still cheap as hell. Bread is, too, if you discount
"specialty" bread (though it's all we eat - coffee is much the same).
A bit of a warped market. We have Amish furniture, which cost somewhat less
than decent furniture but is heirloom quality. Again, a warp in the normal
God promulgated no law against fornication; that is a later construct by the
Church. You can read the entire book of Leviticus and find nary a nooky
In fact, sex was one of the three methods of entering a marriage (the other
two were by contract and by carrying away).
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