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Why are small balloons cheaper than large balloons?

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    Is it possible that less material is used for constructing the smaller balloons?

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    theres been less inflation

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    POP POP POP I LIKE BALLOONS!!!!!! THEY ARE COLORFUL AND AWESOME AND..... YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!

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    Dear troubled students,

    Well to be gramatically correct the smaller ones take less time to make. The smaller ones also consist less material so the prise is less to make one. I have always known it to be better to but the smaller ones even though it dosen't seam as big. If you go and buy the bigger ones please make sure that they are made in America so that the Americans who are unemployed are being able to get money from the state. It dosen't seem right though to not help out our own people. It is a joined nation and we should help everyone.
    Thanks,
    Samantha

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    NO ONE CARES WHY YOU DON'T LIKE IT DUUUHHH

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    I think that we all should not help Americans we should help the chinese

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    There's been less inflation

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