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Mouse Print*-- Does Metro's $20/mo Home Internet Really Have No Catches?
If you listen to Metro by T-Mobile's latest advertising campaign, you can get home internet for only $20 a month and there's no catch. If you believe that, I've got this bridge in Brooklyn...
That is our Mouse Print* story this week.
That $3,000 Sofa May Be Trash in Three Years!
The Wall Street Journal says that quality furniture is getting harder and harder to find. And even if you spend a lot of money, like $3,000 on a couch, it may be ready for the trash heap in just a few years.
If Inflation Is Down, Why Are Grocery Prices Still So High?
Grocery prices still seem like they are at record highs, but we keep hearing that inflation is receding. Some say it is "greedflation" - that some stores and manufacturers are taking advantage and raising prices even when their costs haven't really gone up. This Washington Post story tries to shed light on the issue, but there really seems to be no magic-wand remedy.
How to Report Text Spam
Instead of just ignoring or deleting junk texts that you receive on your phone, you can report it as spam to your carrier by copying or forwarding it to SPAM (7726). Press and hold the spam message to start the forwarding process, but then follow these directions to report it.
Which Glass Cleaners Work Best?
[Ignore TV station ad at start.] Consumer Reports tested a few glass cleaners to see which worked best. They singled out two brands and Windex was not one of them!
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