Grant McLean wrote:
> I hear this same kind of stuff everyday.
> For example, our store sells items that cost a lot of money, and therefore
> some people will immediately assume that our prices are "high" and
> the products we sell aren't good value. In fact its quite difficult to find
> the same
> items we sell, for less money. While we are known to sell high quality
> some people simply substitute the idea we're "expensive".
> Price alone is often a poor indication value.
was it ee cummings or e-RICHIE (hard to keep the two of them straight with all those lower case letters) that said those famous words, "one man's ceiling is another man's floor." or is that, "one man's floor is another man's ceiling?
maybe it's, two men live in the same building but share a ceiling and floor, but one is rich and the other is poor, so... so... errrr... i forget... something about money and power or...
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