[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]

Re: Cost to Crack Keys



> [email protected] (Timothy C. May) writes:
> For example, one doesn't say "Hey, I don't see how Hertz can charge $40 a
> day to rent a car...my friend lets me use his for free."

> "Standard accounting practices" dictate the way to estimate production costs.

Actually, I do say that, but in a slightly different way.  If I want to
estimate the cost to get home from the airport, I might say "I have two
friends with cars who might give me a ride, or I could rent a car from
Hertz."  Most of the time a free car will be available; once in the last
couple of years I rented a car at the airport to get home.  My average
cost hasn't been zero, but has certainly been a lot less than $40 ($29
from National, but that's not important now).

Finding a cheap or free ride from one place to another should not be a
problem if you live in a city of helpful people driving to and fro in
vehicles with no passengers.

There are lots of free seats on the CPU bus today!

Share and enjoy...

	Jim Gillogly
	Highday, 25 Wedmath S.R. 1995, 19:46