“Everything with a price is a 'dead thing' the new thinkers say and according to this reasoning people who buy things are fools. Fools Igoryok, are we right? And so he and those like him prefer to add value to the products that are already out there, don't they? Exactly like the protein bars that you are gulping down. Soon these bland bites would become biscotti thanks to your chemical advice, then syrinki or perhaps with the help of somebody else, who knows, even dim sum or kaya toast. The young Unionians are saying that these products have to be kept alive even if they use ancient flavours and forgotten tastes. Then you only have to go to the Urquell fair, exchange them and keep improving them!” the thoughts teased him badly. “But to buy them... Oh no, absolutely not! Right? Mind you there is nothing bad in it, nothing strange in buying things. No, no, it's just different logic, that's all.”
“Okay okay. Money is the decaying mould of the Past, everyone knows that. But it seems the passion for gym-cubes is diminishing and soon it's going to be hard to find copies for sharing, even for borrowing or renting”, Mori justified himself pretending to ignore the 'ridicule of reason'.
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