I have, for long, harboured an immutable anger towards those who decline the offering of money, and in that declination they never do turn down the physical act of responsibility, the refusal of which is nigh inexplicable, but also the right of its exercise, for what else will purchase a loaf of bread, a pot of water, a roof to bed under—what is money if not for the palm that, outstretched, yearns for ownership of the goods proffered by the able craftsman, an executor of the infallible intentions of capitalism?

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