filboid studge wrote:Sure I can compare such things. Most of the things I listed (almonds, walnuts, blueberries) are things people on this forum eat on a regular basis. I know I do. Why do we eat them if they cost “so much?” It is because we have determined that the benefit/enjoyment of consuming these things compared to their cost is worth it to us. So, this comparison shows that people place their own value on things, which is not necessarily equal to their actual monetary value. I am confident that there are members on this forum who feel kettlebells are too expensive to buy and have for many years to come, but have no problem consuming almonds on a daily basis at $10/lb with nothing left to show for it.
Cost does not dictate value.
buffguy wrote:i think they are just weights(although effective)
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