The Shuffle

Side-point:

Facebook.com is not worth $1,000,000,000.00. It’s worth 50% or less. Why? Because internet websites and such, anything dominated by marketing and advertisement, is false-value. A “commercial” is worthless. It isn’t real. It isn’t based on reality. These are images and propaganda, almost always, used to push people further into debt, by stimulating people to buy shit they don’t need, and probably don’t even want. Commercials have a net negative value in markets.

All marketing, commercial, and advertising, take that out of the market, and how much of America’s “value” is lost? How much value is true versus how much is false? How much value is real versus unreal?

Are you going to take a $1,000,000.00 loan out to run a few commercials on television and the internet? To sell some shampoo, or to promote the 2017 Ford truck, which is also worth half its advertised value? Waste of money.