|New Warning Labels Required|
- We all need housing one way or another. Check.
- Food - an absolute must. Check.
- Clothing - yup. No naked people walking down the street. Check.
- Utilities, credit cards, transportation blah blah blah. There's no end to it!
This system isn't working for me. No matter what I do, I always need more cash. Ok, I don't really need all the things I buy. I don't really need perfume. On the other hand, I don't really need towels. I can air dry. See what I mean? Why do we have to make such difficult decisions?
Maybe, like cigarettes, there should be warnings on the nonessential items:
'This product could be hazardous to your health causing bankruptcy and other unpleasant circumstances including second hand spending problems"
On the other hand, if we stop buying everything we don't need, there are also ugly consequences. Unemployment for those working in the luxury goods industries; manufacturing, packaging, distribution, retail.......
Oh NO! I won't be responsible for that!
"Money is the root of all evil" is a misquote according to Wikipedia. It's from the Bible and should read "The love of money is the root of all evil".
Well I'm safe. I don't love it at all. In fact, everything being free would be the best!