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[quote:Amy:MV8xMTgzMTFfMzM3MTg0MjlfM0MwMUM0MUU=] [quote:sasha 23725063:MV8xMTgzMTFfMzM3MTc3OTZfMTU2RkFFNEI=] http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2004129/pg4#33686328 [/quote] Thanks Josh! I read that 'pink slip' post and I have some thoughts: ST, During Korean Thanksgiving Holidays, I saw many many clothing shops trying to sell off their stocks as low as 10% of original prices. The price tags were over 100$, sale prices were 5~10$ @@@$$$&&&$$$ !!! I spent whole day there, and brought home more than 15 pieces of clothes made of wool. And then I was wondering the reasons; people can't afford to buy stuff like before? or 'they' know it's time to 'throw away' those things that 'they' no longer need? Last night in a dream, I saw my father ( ET father? ) explaining to me that it's been such 'common' business ways to make products' prices ' on top of the ceiling' when they are first time produced, to cover all the production costs; then remaining stocks they throw out away at bottom low. It means people who love something new/ 'fashionable' pay at really high prices, and the others pick up 'rubbishes'? I am not sure why I was shown scenes of myself picking up materials and stuff that were throw away with smelly wastes in giant toilet tanks... hmmm it must be the reason why I bought my clothes at that lows? ( Still have some more things to share, as I received quite a few ET communication this time and I am still figuring out how to relate them) (# End part 2 ) [/quote]
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