Yesterday, we talked about the hardest items to find in Illinois grocery stores. Today, instead of covering more items that are in short supply, I thought we could take a look at foods you can find--but you'll be paying a lot more for them than you're used to paying.
If you're like me, and I know I am--you've never really considered what day of the week it is while stopping to fill up with gas. I mean, call me old school, but I generally fill up when it appears that my tank is low and in need of a refuel. Now I find out that's been costing me money.
Earlier this morning, on The Riley & Scot Show, Scot and I were discussing a recently published list of how much you can expect to pay for certain breeds of dogs (starting with purchase/adoption, medical care, food, maintenance, etc.). ...
My wife, Amy, is a frequent visitor to the website of what Scot and I call "The Most Trusted Name in News." No, not Fox, not CNN, we're talking...TMZ. That's right, when I need my showbiz information fix, I just lean over her shoulder.
Yesterday, she looked at me and said "I could get used to this," referring to a piece she was reading on the most expensive home in America (tha