For some reason, the pricing field doesn’t have a great reputation for humor. (See this earlier post for one example.) There’s nothing like humor for getting a point across, though. So check out this piece about a funny way to price things in a supermarket.
As a pricing person, I’m generally all for exploiting the angles. However, when the government grants a monopoly and then has a group of industry insiders effectively writing legislation, you have to wonder how much of the free market is left. Microsoft, which gets in the most (public) trouble surrounded monoploy-based bundling, at least built their market position in the market (through savvy bundling that greatly benefited the consumer).