What makes some ordinary objects better than other ones?
A new baseball costs about $10, but if a famous baseball player even touches the ball, the price goes up. If the same baseball player takes it out of the box, signs it, then puts it back in the box, the price goes up even more, because the signature proves they touched it. Take to another level, even if they don't "touch" the ball, but simply hit it with their bat, the price goes up even more, especially if it was an important home run.
The funny thing about it is that in each and every case, all you really have is a the same $10 baseball, and some kind of magical feeling that comes with knowing the baseball is somehow transformed from being ordinary, to something completely different and valuable, simply because you b... [More]
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