I am a conduit of the economy, funneling money from the company that pays me to the companies I pay.
Wealth gives no help for ennui except a choice of which chair to be bored in.
Someone should write the first legitimate get-rich-quick bestseller: the easy road
to riches is by preying on others' hopes of easy riches.
The modern poor live in more luxury than wealthy ancients.
Nothing can be a need unless you think of it by yourself, without the aid of advertisements.
Since, in exchanging presents, everyone's net gain is null, I prefer the more efficient gift of not giving.
At holidays we make donations to the economy in each other's honor.
Materialism is for the soul.
A diamond is only a rock without someone to wear it.