#1
Ok, I've got a whole list of sayings by Benjamin Franklin, and I've got the jist of all of them except for one.

"Necessity never makes a good bargain."

Can someone please nicely explain to me what that means?
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#2
it explains that life is useless
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#3
It means shut up and get me some pie.
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#5
Don't let possessions control your life. The whole 'living in the moment' sort of thing I suppose.
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#7
Ben Franklin's saying that he just smoked a whole buncha crack.
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#8
Blackthought is the only one who's got it. It means that when you're in need, you're really going to pay up; trying to get something out of necessity is guaranteeing a bad price.