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luxury goods (like paris hilton's dad or whatever) or budget ones (like stelios easyjetman)?
i'd hate to be eddie stobart
Although Stelios doesn't have a borderline whore for a daughter so I pick him.
"high class" doesnt it
no one got marxist issues then?
Nobody deserves to be sold as a good, regardless of whether they are classed as luxury or budget or otherwise.
I'm making a right nuisance of myself this evening :D
but i'm guessing in alcxxk's hypothetical situation you have to choose.
i'm going to think about it for a bit. but your examples are a bit odd - both hotel spaces and flights are luxury goods, easyjet is just a budget version of a luxury.
If it was selling truly budget necessities, i'd go for that. but i'd go for selling proper full on luxury goods over selling some 'everyone can have access to luxury' crap like cheap flights as if it was the secret of life and was going to make people happy or something. at least if you stay ultra exclusive you can keep it within a ring of rich fools and nobody else even hears about it.
seem to get fitter women and better parties..
goods that of use to people...
i'd prefer to get rich on something new and innovative.
given the choice though - i don't know. i like nice stuff but recently saw a £20,000 christmas hamper in fortnum & mason's catalogue and wanted to gauge the eyes out of anyone who really thinks it's necessary to have a bottle of balsamic vinegar that's 120 years old.
Budget for me. I'm one o the people.
- also, you can pay a small fee to have it all delivered by horse and carriage.
budget pricing is harder to achieve when ethics come into play.