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The Bidding Will Start At Eleven Million Dollars
There's More Inside
I Want My Ashes Scattered Over Bergdorf's
What Do I Do? I Drive A Maserati
New Yorker December 7th, 1992
New Yorker May 28th, 1990
If You're On A Budget
I Couldn't Resist - The Second Pair Was Free
New Yorker March 26th, 1979
Charles E Martin
New Yorker December 25th, 1978
Something Drinkable Right Now
Edgar, Please Run Down To The Shopping Center
New Yorker October 8th, 1938
This, Ladies And Gentlemen, Is Exhibit
Stop Complaining. Who Isn't Broke?
Marisa Acocella Marchetto
New Yorker December 13th, 1993
'the Tragedy Of Prosperity'
New Yorker December 12th, 1994
I Always Thought The Heavenly Gates
New Yorker October 2nd, 1995
Honestly, Kate - Can You Picture Us In A Shopping
Tired? Bored? Part Man
New Yorker January 3rd, 2005
Let's Try To Think Of Something That Untold
Nobody Cares Whether I Drink Coke Or Pepsi
But We're Not Just Talking About Buying A Car -
New Yorker December 10th, 1932
The Skinny On Fashion
A Man And Woman Leave Costco With A Large Amount
New Yorker November 16th, 1992
You'll Enjoy The Way These Interact
Peter C. Vey
Great Poets Of Catalogdom
I Haven't Actually Whacked Anyone
People Read Too Much Into Everything
New Yorker July 9th, 1990
You Fix It By Buying A New One
What Would You Recommend For The Ozone Hole?
That Bottle With The Little Flowers On The Label
We Now Interrupt Our Regular Series
I'm Headed For The Artificial Butters. You?
How To Bail Out Eurodisney
Have You Heard The News? Ben & Jerry's
The King Says No Dice
New Yorker June 15th, 1992
I See That There's An Excellent Sale
It Ain't Just For Pancakes Anymore!
Antonia, Do You Mind If I Ask If You Have Any
I Shop To Forget What I Bought Last Year
Do You Think I Wanted To Get The Paper Towels
I Don't Want To Do Something Fun For Free
The Consumer's Twelve Days Of Christmas
Twenty Dollars? Who Does It - Christo?
The Great Is $54.99
It's Made From An Endangered Species For That One
Everybody Should Live In A Market Economy. It's
Let's Talk About How We're All Not Going To Buy
I Think Everybody Bought Everything They Needed
I Can't Get Used To Being A Grownup
I'm Worried. He's Lost Interest In Absolutely
Will This Be Cash Or Consumer Debt?
Commercialism Should Be Taken Out Of Christmas
December 26th . . . The Returns
Let's Just Stay In And Contribute
Bruce Eric Kaplan
New Yorker March 23rd, 1992
New Yorker February 3rd, 1997
Sorry, Sir, But The High-quality Items You're
I Bought Three New Suits In One Swat!
How Are The Human Rights On These?
Hey, Al! What Do You Know About Shelf Life?
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