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Our Society thrives on the idea of making money just to buy nice things Now this is not completely a bad thing because some people work hard for what they have and feel they deserve the nice things life has to offer but when does it become a problem There are many people who live above there means to say that they have those expensive labels that others wish they could afford Since we live in a consumer society the idea is that we help build our economy When we buy items we help create jobs which produce more money to help buy more items it is nothing but a cycle Sometimes the items people spend their money on are unnecessary and they could do without The idea of spending money is around us all the time in magazine ads commercials television shows etc the madness with never ends but it can be controlledA movie that is relatable to this topic is Confessions of a Shopaholic It is about a young woman who grew up wanting to wear the nice labels but whose mother couldnt afford them She dreamed of having a high fashion job and she attained that along with being thousands of dollars in debt and running from bill collectors Even though she was in debt she did would ever she had to do to get the latest of the latest The main characters father Graham Bloomwood played by John Goodman stated The American economy can be billions of dollars in debt and still survive So can you It is almost as if he is telling his daughter that just like the economy which is bad that the United States beautiful and rich taste and still sustains and she could do the same even without spending the unnecessary money In the end she learns that all the material items she spent her money
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