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good point: "what something is worth" - I, too, like sales. I'm not explaining myself very well n maybe I don't even understand what it is that bothers me. (not unusual for me:) Thanks C (My Realtor/friend is frm the Philippines-goes back and forth
Becky Katz says
so true, so true. "now it is to get by" So really, what I think I object to is not bargains, per se, but the social structure that has people at the bottom and middle trying to "just get by"."What the market will bear" has gone all wonky.
Barbara Kay Badder says
I guess sales weren't what I meant exactly, but even in my own business, I have to say something is worth $39.95 and put it "on sale" for $19.95! Human nature, I guess
Billie Kelpin says
I believe a lot of consumers are use to the apps being sold to Apple or some other manufacturer and they in turn bundle it with their products. Essentially the consumer is not your customer. Having said that there are some apps people do buy.
D, I know. I should bundle this with some other products. It was just a lark and a very simple app - what to say to your wife today kind-of=thing. I was actually trying to make my kid's ebook a narrated app and was experimenting - Thanks!
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Sri T (the mystic) says
I TOTALLY agree, couldn't agree more. I heard a woman author on npr who studied people as they rise to power and found that empathy lessens as the rise to power increases. The inability to relate when we have achieved money is behind greed, I think
MM, That's what I meant about paying for what something is worth. One time, I tipped a taxi cab driver in NY and my relative looked at the amount and said it was too much and took the money out of my hand! We need to appreciate others' work!
You hit on an important point, D. It's the "negotiating" I hate .Maybe it's a taboo passed on frm my parents. I wonder if generations back, my father came from wealth. My Aunt says my parents never had money 'cuz my dad would only eat Gr Giant peas
Eli Moore says
like the coal miners of Appalachia at the turn of the century who defended the company store while the "company" owned their souls. However, it's always been liberals, in my view, who are the environmentalists, the champions of the under class, etc.
Interesting. My father earned $140 a month. I remember that because our rent was $70 and a 2 wk. vacation up North was $70. In spite of little money left, he bought quality "everything"-my doll buggy, ice skates, best cuts of meat, tools, cars...
ah...branding - the other end of this whole conversation! I agree. It's all a smoke and mirrors kind of market, isn't it?
Dwayne Smith says
You have a really important point, Caleb, "...especially when the cheater is in an authority position over the one cheated." Also injustice to unskilled workers as well is really important issue. I participate-we all do..wish we didn't have to.