Retro Supermarket Sweep.

May 27, 1970 Emery Borgman, left, paid $287 at the Symphony Ball silent auction for the privilege of a five-minute shopping spree, no holds barred, at a local supermarket. Under the agreement, anything he could load into shopping carts was his.  William Seaman, Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Borgman supermarket ‘loot’ included a $22 rose tree selected for wife, Ruth. 

With only 30 seconds left to go, he asks his wife: 'Have we forgotten anything?’


“Tommy Gun” by The Clash

Give ‘Em Enough Rope (1978)