Who sold the bread to hungry dummies at high markup?
But money is money is money is money is money
In this case, bread is used to mean “bread” (usually means money)
“Money is money is money” is like saying the Gertrude Stein line “Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose,” or Bret Easton Ellis referencing Stein in American Psycho when Patrick Bateman says “A Rolls is a Rolls is a Rolls.” Used to similar effect as “We’re not joking/Just joking/We are joking/Just joking/we’re not joking”
It’s not only a truism, but an invocation of the law of identity, which says that something is what it is
The repetition is characteristic of the Sophists, to whom they then compare RapGenius.com.
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