American-style consumerism sells nails and average Americans buy them with abandon.
Coach? Nail. Hummer? Nail. Dolce & Gabbana? Nail. Pottery Barn? Nail. Patagonia? Nail. BMW? Nail. Apple? Nail. Oakley? Nail. Nail. Nail. Nail. Nail!
Buy enough nails and you’ll seal your fate. You’ll be tucked tightly inside a coffin of debt, dissatisfaction, and debris. There’s not much breathing room in there and little hope of vitality.
We buy stuff to be like the rich and satisfied people we . . . THERE’S MORE