by Brad Nelson 5/13/15
No no no no. I won’t be lecturing you on the horrors of abortion, Obama, the national debt, or the many other consequences of bad moral values. I’m talking about “value” in the sense of “What you place value on.”
And it’s clear that what you might place value upon is not objectively of much value. Market value, maybe, if there is sufficient shared pretense or delusion. But finding the actual value in things we commonly value might be a little more difficult at times.
Especially if you’ve just paid 46 million dollars for a yellow painting with a blue stripe:
A couple of hilarious comments at American Thinker include:
It’s always amusing to see when the ultra rich have their own equivalents of the Dogs Playing Cards or a velvet Elvis painting.
To add insult to injury, they hung it upside down!
Brad is editor and chief disorganizer of StubbornThings.
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