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Punitive Economics

In by Michael on August 16, 2010 at 12:09 am

All things are free. Everything we buy cost nothing to produce, nothing to ship, nothing to serve. The price we pay is not to compensate anyone for anything.

The price we pay is a punitive payment; it’s the punishment the buyer deserves for wanting something. The prices of goods and services are set according to: the more expensive a thing is, the more you ought to be punished for wanting it.

It’s bad to want a cookie and it’s very bad to want a computer. Only people with a penchant for the painful would do something like purchase a car.

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