Conspicuous consumption is followed inevitably by conspicuously inconspicuous consumption.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
Some lies help you succeed, and some truths help you fail.
The money is always for something, but the service often differs from the job description.
Money, n. Crystallized desire.
Only moderns, criminals, and small children regard a desire for something as a sign that they ought to have it.
Reasoning to broad, correct conclusions is like beating the market: it happens, but not to you.
The nostalgia is not for poverty but for the social bonds that poverty demands and cements.
The capitalists will sell the communists the rope with which they will jointly hang the remaining holdouts against our glorious corpo-progressive future.
All motives are base; some actions are noble.
What you get is, to a first approximation, what you want.