A product is sold for the good of the seller; it is bought for the mood of the buyer.

Making an old product new is better than making a new product old.

A  good slogan sells itself.

Civilization is a mad rush toward the reproduction of more consumers.

Greed puts stuff near need — and raises the price.

Our character is a product we give away to others for free.

Products are traitors; they seduce us, then  rot.

Love is the most expensive free product on the planet.

Yesterday’s technology is in today’s landfills.

The philosophy of the supermarket is to pile it on high, sell it on low; a superior philosophy is to pile it high on the lowly.

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