This weekend's WorldNetDaily column is called The Alpha and Omega Strategy.
A couple weeks ago I was in Wal-Mart, which I seldom visit because it's so far away. But on this occasion it was convenient to some other errands, so in I went.
I found my favorite hand lotion on sale, 32 ounces for $7.27, or $0.23/ounce. This was a bargain compared to our local grocery store, which sells 10 ounce bottles for $5.00, or $0.50/ounce.
So I bought a bottle of lotion. I wish I'd had enough money to buy 20.
Why 20? Well, my logic goes like this: Hand lotion has a long shelf life. I will always use this brand of hand lotion. Therefore it behooves me to stock up when the price is right, especially since storage space isn't a big issue for us.
Keep this in mind for a moment as we turn to the faraway country of Belarus... (Read the whole column here.)