by SockPuppet ~ holding it up at Chez Hall
Our PM-in-waiting Tony Joe (White*) Hockey is smart – well he wrote his own book dinee? – but missed his chance to really sell the $7 medical co-payment (aka a tax on sickness) last May when he said “It’s only the cost of two middies of beer”.
What he shoulda have said was this:
“It’s only the price of two erections”
You see with the price of Viagra falling in mid-May from $65 for a bottle of 4 blue hard-on pills to $15, the cost of getting a longlasting fat is now only $3.75:
The little blue pill that changed many people’s lives is about to enter a rapid new growth phase, with the price of Viagra falling to less than
a cup of coffeethe medical co-payment.
When Pfizer’s patent for Viagra ran out in mid-May, the company offered pharmacies huge reductions on their product, hoping to carve out some of the new cheap market before generic brands took over. The huge discount brand, Chemist Warehouse was the first to react, offering Viagra at $15 for 4 of the 100 mg dose – the active ingredient is called Sildenafil. The same packet had been selling for $65-$85.
That is very good news indeed but I think I will wait for the other hard-dick-enhancing drug to come down in price too before I try one on:
How the big price drop will affect Viagra’s main competitor, the Eli Lilly drug Cialis is still unclear. Cialis hit the Australian market five years after Viagra’s launch in 1998 but quickly caught up due to its promise of action for “le weekend” – up to 36 hours’ erection boost, unlike Viagra which lasts only a few hours.
Which would mean two Cialis pills would give you a stiff one for 72 hours for only about $7 bucks.
And that’s what I call …. A cheap bar and a 3 day growth
* And to really sell his ‘cheap roots’ message maybe Tony Joe White Hockey shoulda have re-released his famous song about Poking Salad Annie.
Please note that the correct title to the 60s song was actually POKE Salad Annie but was changed to POLK by prudes at the record company.
Anyway this is a great LIVE version of this original blues/soul/roots/Cajun white man doing black man music. Enjoy