Edward Skaff spent 44 years filling prescriptions.
Today, he'd rather sell booze. Goodbye Pfizer. Hello Jack Daniels.
"It's a lot more enjoyable," the former pharmacist said. "The people come in, they're not sick, and they don't question the prices as much."
In August 2005, Skaff closed the last of three pharmacies he'd owned and operated for much of his life.
"Let's say you have a $100 prescription and they allow you to mark it up $5," said Skaff.
"It costs $7 to dispense it. So it didn't take too long to figure that out."
Hat Tip: Kevin, MD