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Sunday, January 02, 2005
In introductory classes in microeconomics, firms are assumed to have a single product sold at a single price. But most of the firms in the modern economy are multiproduct firms that charge multiple prices.
These gals figured to combine hot dogs with sex. I am not sure whether they are complements in production or consumption, but it is an interesting business model.
Unfortuantely for them, they got pinched - and not for selling hot dogs.
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