Not sure if this is the right place to put this. A school offical wants to buy a bator for his school, only he said they cost to much. And he asked me if I would consider renting him one of mine. When I looked at him like he was crazy, he said I guess not. He then told me that a little three egg bator was $195 on sale at the Discount School Supply. I then said the school was getting ripped off at that price. Invited him in and showed him what one would cost new on E-bay, which had an auction closing on the clear plastic dome chick-bator $17.99. Which I thought was high. I then showed him what my L G's cost new with turner, under a $100. With the L G the class would all get a baby chick or two at hatching time, they wouldn't have to do 15 hatches per year (no enough time for that). After a couple of drinks, I asked him why he would think about buying from that place. It is district policy to buy from this discount supplier. The schools are suppose to save money at these tight money times. Well, if all schools save money like this, it is no wonder our schools are begging for more money. SOMEONE'S POCKETS ARE BEING LINED WITH GOLD FROM THIS COMPANY. Why else would this place be the only place the school can buy from? To boot it is a San Francisco company.