Das Kapital

January 14th, 2016 by nathan Leave a reply »

" But, as Marx said yet, it is only a short time. Obsession music, hits tire fact that such a system is closed on itself: people are asked what they like, give it to them, and then ask. And since nothing new they can not hear, they will again enjoy the same thing, but like is less. Frequently Jim Rogers has said that publicly. After all, the constant, monotonous, obsessive music boring, boring. This is one of the components of the answer to the question "Why do not we listen to what we love?": We are no measures are stuffed jaded "hits", which, perhaps, good, but because of the constant presence in the air begin to irritate. Invest in the creation of new musical talents, their education, training, promotion? What to do? People stop buying boring product! The answer again from Karl Marx in Das Kapital. The money has to, no matter how sorry: (, transformed into a new product, in our case – a new song and music.

But where to get them? There are two ways. First, the optimal driving the progress and sung by Karl Marx way – to invest the money earned to the creation of new means of production, in our case – in search of musical talents, their education, training, promotion. But this method time-consuming and expensive. The good old hits + new shiny new pack of "Old songs" Our show business and is able to fool everyone and myself. He again took the path of quick money – worked on the formula "Everything is new – is well forgotten old".

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