Personally, I don’t have too much of a problem with the concept that you have to spend to save. I can see its logic and can think of plenty of commercial situations where it applies. Some of those situations are to mitigate against low risk, high cost events; for example, where one pays a small, regular premium for insurance, to protect against the unlikely event of an accident. We all do it, right?
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