Talking Points -- Money can't buy happiness but we'd sure like to try
With the economy as it is, even the lucky folks who still have jobs are really feeling the pinch. You can feel for the people, like Coborn's workers when the store closes next week, who won't have much of an income coming in at all.
The bad times of the Great Depression come to mind. I still remember relatives who lived through those times telling absolute horror stories about what they needed to do just to scrape up a meal. One meal. Tomorrow, to them, was another story.
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