As a child I learned not to run with scissors. As an adult I learned not to run with other people’s words.
Dystopia is when necessity becomes a luxury.
They have to first take it away to be able to put a price on it.
That which is mass produced is most valued. That which there is little left of is most valued.
While on opposite ends of the spectrum, functionality and fragility are those classifications capable of assuming the most value.
Price is not based on value, but on difficulty in extraction.
I’d rather share similar ideas and values than common interest in things.