The Sims 2: Open for Business[0.07] Pricing And Selling Your ItemsThe Sims 2: Open for Business by ~pumalord2
Are you all stocked up? If you aren't then you've scrolled too far down the
page silly, go back up and buy your items. If you are, then you need to set
your items for sale, and decide how much you want to sell them for. Do this by
clicking the price tag symbol in the top right of the screen. Now it's time for
another decision, this one's completely up to you, you need to make a profit so
don't go for ridiculously cheap or very cheap. It's going to be harder for you
to sell the items the more expensive they are but needless to say you get a lot
more profit. When you have made your decision click on the amount you want to
sell for then click on all the items you want to sell to price them. Just a
couple more things before you open up shop, Click on the walls up view and
set all the doors to Lock... Allow Houshold only, except for your front door
the bathroom and any rooms which have got items for sale in them. Next buy a
cheap counter and place it so
11 Reasons to Ditch Your TelevisionIn 2006 (according to a report by Nielson), the average American household had 2.55 people living in it. That same average household owned 2.73 televisions11 Reasons to Ditch Your Television by ~pumalord2
Yep. On average, American households have more televisions in the home than people living in it.
I guess the good news is that on average we can now safely watch whatever we want, whenever we want, without having to share or spend time with anyone else. An average family of four can each sit in different rooms and watch different television show at the same time.
What could be more American than that?
The same 2006 report showed that the average American watches 4 hours and 35 minutes of television each day. So at the very least, it looks like we are getting our mileage out of all these televisions.
Note: According to this 2009 blog post by Nielson, it appears that last year the average increased to over 5+ hours per day.
5 hours per day? As an average? Like… every day?
It’s mind-boggling how much television