Liquid price difference

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    1. lol $104 barrel of oil isn’t high! imagine if we had to pay HP ink prices for oil! lol

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    2. If that’s actually accurate, it’s fucking disgusting.

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    3. That’s why the world runs on oil. Imagine if we didn’t have it.

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    4. my food would drier. also: not as tasty?

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    5. originally i thought this was utter crap… until I read per ml… seems pretty accurite. Someone has the poo’s over the price of their ink…
      Solution – print stuff at work!

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    6. Takes just a little less ink to print something that gas to fill up your car.

      Graph = dumb

      It’s like when gas stations print where the cost comes from and put down that their profits are so low. Bullshit. Gas stations pull in coin.

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    7. I think the disgusting part comes with the knowledge that, while ink prices might be higher, we use ink less–at least, I know I only have to buy a cartridge every 3 or 4 months. But I fill up my tank every other week, which means I’m buying gas 6-8 times more than ink. In a household with two cars and one printer, that means my household is buying gas 16x more than ink. I think the prices average out a bit.

      What breaks the tie, here? We need oil more, and the companies selling it are making billions of dollars in profit. BILLIONS in profit means that oil prices are grossly jacked up, screwing the little guy in a way the ink-sellers can’t even imagine. They could double the price of ink for all I care, but oil prices are way too high.

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    8. Stupidcat is annoyed and makes stupid graphs.

      One does not buy HP ink in milliliters. One buys them in cartridges and one has to pay for the cartridge too. I used to have a Canon ink jet printer and I don’t think I ever bought more than one cartridge. Instead I bought regular ink and injected it to the cartridge with a syringe. The cartridge had a small “breathing hole” that made this possible.

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    9. Actually the ink comes in milliliters, look at the back of the box it probably says anything from 2-20 ml on it. Example HP #74 back of the box says… 4.5 ml/0.15 fl oz.

      I wonder if they calculated out the cost of the packaging/the cartridge/the retailers…

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    10. @magnus

      don’t be stupid, the actual gas stations don’t make much, if anything on fuel. They get their money from lottery tickets, ho ho’s, coffee and beer.

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    11. Maybe Canadian gas stations are different? For one they don’t sell beer or ho hos. That leaves lottery tickets and coffee.

      No wonder our gas prices are even higher than yours. The actual gas stations here make a killing on gas.

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