I know my $8,000 Krugerrand is a lot of money. I know I’m “on the other side of the coin” of the $8,000 mark. I know I can’t afford more than $5,000. I’ve been told I’m on the wrong side of my money. I don’t think I’m on the wrong side of my money though.
I would like to believe I am one of the millions of people who can afford the Krugerrand. But I have no idea. Many of my friends can afford the Krugerrand, but I can’t. That says a lot about me.
Many people in the United States are on the wrong side of their money. This is because they’ve been told to save it for a rainy day. But even then they can’t afford it. This is because they’ve been told they should buy a house that’s 20 years old. But when you’re on the wrong side of your money, you can’t afford to just spend it. You have to spend it wisely.
You can, however, make your money stretch further. It only takes a few minutes to turn a dollar into a million dollars. But I doubt most people can do that. So many people have been told that they should spend it on a house, on cars, on clothes. But they cant. Well, I suppose if youre on the wrong side of your money, you can spend it on the family dog, but that doesnt mean you can spend it on anything else.
For the same reason, I dont see why anyone should have to spend on a couch. It seems like a lot of work to get one, especially if you dont need to spend the money yourself. I know many people who dont feel the need to spend money on a couch, but still feel the need to sleep on one. And how many of those couch sales did the couch company get from the people who didnt need it? I dont know.
The problem is that there is no real objective standard for what is a good couch. Sure, you can find one that is incredibly comfortable, but there are also couch/nightstand combos that are just as comfortable but just seem more “grown up” than the couch itself. The worst couch I ever owned was a “couch with a dog”.
The problem with a dog is that it was the only thing I could afford to put in my bedroom. I was always too cheap to buy a really nice couch so I had to compromise by buying a couch with a dog, which I felt was just as cheap.
I have to admit that I did buy a couch with a dog, but that was the best couch I ever owned. The couch was made of a thick, hard, thick and plush fabric that kept me from feeling really uncomfortable. It was so comfortable I think I would have slept on it. I slept in it every single night of my childhood, and I still use it to this day.
The gold from the 1978 Krugerrand that was sold was the finest, most expensive, and most exclusive gold ever. The story of the sale that occurred in 1978 is that the king of South Africa, Albert Kruger, needed a new king, and was willing to pay 10 million Rand for the job. He came to the king, asked if he was interested, and the king told the king that he was.
In 1978, you had the world’s best diamond, the world’s best gold, and the world’s most expensive gold. That’s worth more than 10 million Rand.