Bottled Water Who hasn't felt guilty about spending two dollars on that little bottle of water? To make matters worse: there's an infinite supply at home! But it comes in that sleek little bottle, and we were thirsty, right? NPR's Uri Berliner explores the marketing phenomenon of bottled water.
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Who hasn't felt guilty about spending two dollars on that little bottle of water? To make matters worse: there's an infinite supply at home! But it comes in that sleek little bottle, and we were thirsty, right? NPR's Uri Berliner explores the marketing phenomenon of bottled water.