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Do You Really Own the Stuff You Buy?

Season 6 Episode 14 | 8m 24s

Let's say you and your friend meet at a café on a hot day. Your friend drove in their air conditioned car, while you decided to get some exercise and bike the three miles. You show up sweaty and out of breath, and you both order an ice cold lemonade. The waiter takes one look at you and informs you that the lemonade will cost twice as much for you as it will for your friend. Pretty unfair, right?

Aired: 11/14/23
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Have you heard that inflation is spiraling out of control, that we're in a recession, that
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Unions seem to be having a bit of a moment. So are unions finally having a comeback?
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