Funny, my psychiatrist said I am much improved, and we have eliminated Xanex from my diet completely. Dr. Silverstein and I have pooled resources on a short of ZNGA. We will cover at $9.50. The stock will likely go much lower, but no reason to be greedy. It's all in the mathematical probability--you know, those bell shaped curves. The spiritual revolution will entail the utter rejection of mass consumerism and drugs like ZNGA. Prepare now for the journey. It's the long road to Nirvana, one step at a time.
This stock might go lower when the entire market crashes, but that will have nothing to do with your fantastically preposterous idea of a spiritual revolution, nor will it have anything to do with the any fundamental shortcomings in ZNGA's business plan. I suspect that you don't even know how much money the average ZNGA player spends per month, nor do you even think that they do spend any money at all.
I'd suspect that you, in fact, inwardly embrace wholeheartedly mass consumerism while outwardly rejecting it to impress others. That's what my Mom does. She's always criticizing Americans about consumerism, but meanwhile she has a pile of gadgets and crap that she'll likely never even use. I suspect that you, being of similar politic bent, do the same.
The only people that I have known to really, truly reject consumer culture are priests, monks, nuns and other religious types. You are not one of those people.
I own a 1968 Volkswagen bus--quite a cheap insurance policy as it has a bed in the back and you never know when I might be living in it. I own several bicycles which are my transportation 90% of the time. I do have a cell phone and a used computer of questionable speed. No credit cards. Not much else of substance. Well, I am a journeyman mechanic, so I do have a big collection of tools and welding equipment. Who knows, I might get get along with your mother. Maybe she isn't the phony you paint her as. My father is wealthy and about to die; he's taking nothing with him. We didn't get along that well. Money was always power in my family. I hated it.