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break it down

Posted by: Gee ( si ) on November 23, 1999 at 14:08:13:

In Reply to: No kidding posted by Stoller on November 23, 1999 at 10:14:30:

Here it broken down for you to (not) mull over (but disregard anyway);

1.According to you the candy bar still has 'value' because it has been given unto it by labor
2.according to those customers who would buy it at below costs but not at its exchange value, its (the value is) less than the sum of the exchange values of the inputs.
3. So sum of inputs = $5. Customer wont buy it for more than $3.

When you're an english teacher, I'll let you know.

: : Please link 'everest' again - you look more humorlessly obtuse every time you do it - and you dont know why.

: I do it because Everest is NOT A CITATION, it's a dodge.

Well, I do accept that tone is difficult to read into a written message but really....that you still think the above!

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