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To clarify

I am still working on Benjamin Tucker's work concerning state socialism and anarchy. I have not yet read Andrew's work on Proudhon. So the concepts I am trying to iron out are from Tucker's work. I wanted to get those concepts settled in my mind before I move on to Andrew's work. Why add confusion upon confusion :) I think at least I know enough now to know what I am confused about instead of thinking I know what things mean when in reality I have no idea. So now that I know I have no idea, I am asking.

You gave me some homework:

1. Ben Bernanke writes a check that amounts to "as much purchasing power" as everyone else combined, and Ben does, in fact, sell that check to everyone else who uses FRNs. To be more clear, every producer of wealth who uses FRNs to do business, they buy that check from Ben Bernanke because Ben Bernanke spends all the "profits" earned by all the producers with that check Ben Bernanke write for himself and his exclusive group of Legal Criminals.

Ben Bernanke’s check is written out of debt and the faith and hard work of the American people are the collateral. He has invented money out of debt. His money is based on future product (capital)

2. bear writes a check for 10 tomato jars worth of tomatoes in jars, and bear imagines finding someone who will buy that new inventive form of competitive money.

I have created a product (capital) for which I will trade for product (capital). Under Warren’s system, the price of my product will be limited to cost. Cost can include anything…like vacation. So I have a question. Who says what type of vacation. What if I add a 10 day vacation to Hawaii to my cost, but you add a 1 day vacation to your cost. Then the price limit of cost is no longer equitable. What if I have doctor bills I must add to cost, but you don’t? It seems to me the limit of cost can be ambiguous. Who is to say what the limit of cost is? Maybe I have 10 kids and you only have 1 so I have to add college for 10 to my product and you add only college for 1. How is the trade going to be equitable when my costs are larger than your costs?

Please know that I am asking honest questions here. I am not trying to be tricky or seeing red. I am trying to understand how cost can be limited and why cost is not limited by the price the market will bear?
As far as the Pyramids in Egypt…I hear they used slave labor.
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• 1 John 4:10 KJV
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Joe, God has been waving to you your whole life, and He still is.