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I would agree with you and add a gallon of milk and gas.
1. Razor blade cartridges2. Monster A/V cables3. Starbucks coffee4. iPod accessories5. Healthy foods
Printer cartridges cost way more than they should, but I suspect that printers themselves cost way less than they should, precisely so you'll be induced to purchase a specific brand and thereafter have to buy the overpriced cartridges that are specially made for it. I suspect that the only solution to this is standardization. Until that halcyon day, some of the big office supply stores offer cheaper house brand cartridges compatible with most printers.
Right on, man. I would add Internet service to that list.
Sears perfected this marking tool years ago. Tools themselves are dirt cheap but the saw blades, sander belts, etc are ridiculous. Charge more for the parts you have to replace. It's the way to a fortune. I get my printer cartridges at Staples. They are $5 cheaper than HP and they will give you a $3.00 rebate if you bring in the old cartridge, no matter what brand.
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