This is a multi-part message in MIME format. My first wife had an Uncle who was both a hermit and a miser. He never = married and had a low level job in the post office. He probably averaged = 8,000 dollars a year income but managed to live on 3000 per year. At any = rate counting his accumulated wealth gave him much pleasure during his = life. Probably the only pleasure he had. After his death the family took = much pleasure in spending his accumulated wealth. His money served a = double purpose. I guess the same can be said for our large stashes. It = gives us pleasure now having it and eventually using it.if we wait long = enough and don't let it get baggy our heirs will enjoy it too. How many = commodities can be enjoyed so many times before being entirely consumed?