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What matters is not whether the glass is half-empty or half-full but whether the liquid is enough for your thrist

Wineglass with blue liquid
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That is what a someone who puts quality over quantity will see.
A capitalist will consider how much is the value of the liquid to others in the same room, the value of it somewhere else, the cost of moving the glass there, whether he can make the people in the room compete with the people over there to drive up the value and whether he can sell it to both of them and get away with keeping the glass.
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