Does this mean there is a price floor at $1.40 even when the market price is, say, $1, and then there is also a price 5 cents higher when the market price is above $1.40 (so say market price was $2.00 — it would be sold for $2.05)?
Or is it that the 5 cent premium when the market price is over $1.40 basically makes up for…
This is an easy claim to make, but it ignores a lot of the good that comes out of YouTube — for instance, its evolution into a massive repository of useful videos showing people how to do things, like changing the oil in their car.
This was an awesome article. Only question I have is this: Do you think it’s possible that your view of the young, white men you mention in this article is similar to the view you had of the ”ideological straw men” you had then, before ever having encountered one?