According to The New York Times, major retail stores like Best Buy, Circuit City and Home Depot are more open to “haggling” with customers because of low prices on the Internet and a sluggish economy. There’s a joke in there somewhere. I know there is. What or who could I possibly make fun of? Nah, I like my job and I want to keep it. Insert your own haggling joke here __________.

Hah, you’re hilarious. Now back to the story, how much trouble is our economy in if giant retailers are using a system that’s usually reserved for flea markets and third world countries. Way to go, Bush!!

Thursday’s Forecast: The ‘human embraces the new policy after going to Best Buy and trading a broken iPod shuffle, four Heinekens, half a gyro and three buttons for a Playstation 3.