You Buy, You Break At Sarah's Smash Shack There's a new way to relieve the stress of these times. Customers at Sarah's Smash Shack in San Diego pay to throw plates and glass against a wall. A sign says "Break More Stuff." One couple came after the credit crisis kept them from getting a home mortgage. The husband calls it the best $50 he ever spent.

You Buy, You Break At Sarah's Smash Shack

You Buy, You Break At Sarah's Smash Shack

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There's a new way to relieve the stress of these times. Customers at Sarah's Smash Shack in San Diego pay to throw plates and glass against a wall. A sign says "Break More Stuff." One couple came after the credit crisis kept them from getting a home mortgage. The husband calls it the best $50 he ever spent.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep. Here's a way to relieve the stress of our times. There's a business in San Diego called Sarah's Smash Shack. Say you just lost half your retirement account in the stock market. Or you just had a bad day. You go to Sarah's and pay to throw plates and glass against a wall. A sign says, Break More Stuff. One couple came after the credit crisis kept them from getting a home mortgage. The husband says its the best that 50 dollars he ever spent. It's Morning Edition.

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