To Be Free, Or Not To Be

They say, ‘everything cost money and nothing is free in this world.”

First, who is they?

Furthermore, why am I acquiring free books, a mirror, a bench, and a revolving turntable?

Photographing America by George Hornby and the Editors of Eastman Kodak Company; Color by The Editors of Time-Life Books; The Photographer’s Handbook by John Hedgecoe and a gold-framed mirror.

Photographing America by George Hornby and the Editors of Eastman Kodak Company; Color by The Editors of Time-Life Books; The Photographer’s Handbook by John Hedgecoe and a gold-framed mirror.

Reasonably, these objects are listed as ‘free’.

Although, these former belongings could be recently abandoned and valuable to me.

Nevertheless, we will see.

Second Edition Poems Wadsworth Handbook and Anthology by Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., Belmont, California; 1961, 1965.

Second Edition Poems Wadsworth Handbook and Anthology by Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., Belmont, California; 1961, 1965.

The Complete Sherlock Holmes by A. Conan Doyle

The Complete Sherlock Holmes by A. Conan Doyle

I say, ‘money frees nothing and the world is worth everything.’

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