Ok, it's not price gouging. It doesn't fit the exact definition so if that makes you feel better about doing something sleazy then fine.
Since money seems to be your only concern, I wonder how many of you would participate in price gouging in an emergency if the opportunity arose.
I'm sure most of you would find some way to rationalize that as well.
"If people didn't want to pay me $100 for a gallon of water they should have thought of that when water was more abundant"
"It's my food, I can do what I want with it"
or my favorite that I'm sure would still be around,
"It's supply and demand"
Sure, toys aren't important to survival but I'm willing to bet most of the scalpers are only using that as a lame excuse and would do the exact same thing with items that are important to survival.
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