I’m pretty sure materialism and greed are Sith values, you’re right!
“I may be a craven little coward, but I’m a GREEEEEEEEEDY craven little coward!”
He’s trying to motivate himself to go to a gym by blowing it all on the most expensive gym he can, and he doesn’t want to waste his money on something he won’t use, so he’s going to have an incentive to get his money’s worth.
It’s especially funny when you consider so many of the social reforms that enabled the high-life of the “old days” (and were repealed under Reagan) would be poo-poohed as “too socialistic” these days…
Sounds like a friend of mine’s advice: “Do the thing to the thing with the thing and the other thing! You know?”
That’s astounding. I can’t imagine that argument working for ANYONE below upper management in this economy.
Most lawyers I’ve known will MAKE this true!
I’ve met several people who literally find money their biggest turn-on. Never understood it, myself…
The problem is that about 80% of Academy Award decisions are made through behind-the-scenes social politics that nobody watching at home ever gets to see.
My freshly steamed broccoli should confuse my taste buds to no end, then!