Episode: Tips for Getting Out of the Supermarket Fast and Without Losing Your Shirt

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Tips for Getting Out of the Supermarket Fast and Without Losing Your Shirt
Josh and Chuck give you the skinny on tricks grocery stores use to get you to buy more of the stuff they offer and how to get in and get out with your checkbook intact.

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