I have been going in Frys semi-regularly for the past couple of months and there's a book on the shelf that keeps catching my eye; How Electronic Things Work and What to do When They Don't. I have consulted it's pages a few times while working on my TV (I do this regularly, go to frys and mooch, use their display multimeters to measure caps back when I didn't have a good one; it's near my house) so I figured it might be useful to buy. It was obvious I wasn't the only onedoing this, as pages were well worn, paperback cover bent, corners messed up, looked like a used book. It is the same book there every time I go; only one copy, I know this because I note it's used appearance every time. The price on the shelf said 12.50$, and the MSRP on the back of the book was 24$; I assumed they had marked it down because it has been there for months, looks like crap, and they haven't sold it yet. I figured it was a good deal; I don't care about the appearance and it would be useful. Took it to the checkout and they guy rang it up at 32$. I pointed out the price on the shelf, the MSRP on the back, and the obvious battered appearance and he took it to a manager whom still insisted on 32$. I told them to go ahead and put it back on the shelf for me and I would be back periodically to read the pages I need.