Basically value is a metaphysical extrinsic concept applied through sociological perception of necessity based on vagary variables in the environment and predilection between(and of) future uncertainties.
Or for smart people, value is the worth of something.
We here, are simple folk, so we assign value with something simple to give it a measurable feel.
I’m talking about money!
It’s easy to assign value, someone wants something for whatever reason, and they’re willing to pay a certain amount of money for it. That certain amount is the value.
You might have to negotiate or haggle with the person, and that just means that you get your value to match closely to theirs.
When you both value the trade, then you make the deal!
We’ll discuss some good examples on Value below:
How much value is a gallon of milk?
Well, if you’re thirsty for milk. Then milk is pretty valuable.
If you ate some hot-ghost-pepper-dry rub chicken, then Milk is very valuable.
But let’s say you’re on a bus that’s going 65mph in a 40kph limit road.
Let’s also say that there is a bomb on the bus that’ll explode if you go slower than One cheetah. Now that gallon of milk won’t mean shit when you’re life is on the line.
Unless there was a person who would disarm the bomb for the price of a gallon of milk. . .
So value is a bit relative depending on desire and other conditions. But an affixed value, is called a price.
A price is a set value. People might agree on it or not. But they can definitely try and guess it.
So what is the Price of Milk?
This is a very common question to ask the regular person. You see, we got to make sure that people aren’t robots or fake. So to make sure they’re a real human being, we ask them the price of regular items like milk or bread.
This is a common Political question asked to see if people know what the value of milk is. For instance the former U.S. President George H.W. Bush and former British Prime Minister David Cameron didn’t know the answer.
These guys were obviously robots. That’s why they were elected to their roles in government, because we could trust them. Nice.
This has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not rich people are disconnected or disassociated with regular humans who buy milk.
I mean, the Ivory tower is a tower, so you can see people. Right?
Tons of common rich people try and guess the value of milk. There was a great video that had MESSAGE REDACTED and you can find that video by MESSAGE REDACTED where Rich People guessed the price of milk.
They guessed answers like $50 or $20 for a gallon of milk.
Which was wrong, because milk goes for easily $300 on liquidation sales. It is a liquid, after all.
So truth be told, no one knows the price of Milk.
You can grab that Ouija board and you might find out.
What about the value of a Banana?
You’re not a regular human being, are you?
Great because you should definitely run for President or Prime Minister.
*Not Valid Financial, Legal, Life, or Any Advice.