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Old 04-02-2013, 12:21 AM
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Default Re: Is it really worth it ?

I get you Randy,

Even if you are not a totally materialistic type person there come with 'things' a certain pride of ownership or perhaps a sense of accomplishment and the rod or the car or whatever is the reward. I believe we sometimes are on a whole, misunderstood when we take an earned reward. It can be taken that you are making a statement to someone other than yourself by what you choose as a reward. Actually I have only ever cared whether or not I liked whatever I could afford myself and never purchased things just to run with the herd.

So....... I get it, I understand the thread starters thought and I get yours as well.

Ard
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