"This pricing is unfair," I thought to myself.
It had that thought as the wife and I were shopping for running shoes the other day.
Now, I know that sentence is fraught with incongruities. For example, the wife and I really shouldn't go shopping for anything together. At the grocery, while she's filling the cart with staples, such as flour, breakfast cereal and bananas, I'm trying to slip large bags of beef jerky and lime-flavored Tostitos onto it.
Alas, such goodies typically get the boot.