Supply and Demand

The theoretical laws of supply and demand are much too complicated for me to understand, but it’s obvious when demand exceeds supply in a free market, the scarcity of an item causes its price to skyrocket. Why else would someone pay thirty-five hundred dollars for a Tickle Me Elmo doll, which someone did twenty years ago.

Strange things happen when tickling is in the mix.

It’s also obvious the laws of supply and demand do not apply to us. You always give far more than you get and I have everything I need in you. The give and take of us is a finely balanced economy I wouldn’t want to live without. You meet my needs without complaint. And you can never argue I am scarce. I’m all over you all the time.

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