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Kumquat's thought for the day [Feb. 7th, 2010|10:54 am]
Douglas Spencer
Quoting thekumquat:
    When I was young, stuff was expensive and we didn't have much of it so saved as much as possible. Even so, there was plenty of space.

    Now, stuff is cheap and we have too much of it, plus all the stuff saved from when we were young, so we don't have any space left. So now space seems expensive.
Sounds like a good analysis.
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[User Picture]From: jon_a_five
2010-02-08 11:02 am (UTC)
My parents drilled into me the value of stuff as we didn't have much when I was a kid. And now I have loads of books, CDs, comics and other things. And it feels *good*. Like fat Elvis when he found he could afford all the burgers he never had as a poor kid :-)
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