And you may ask yourself, do I really live in a basement? And you may find yourself reflected back in 12 inexpensive mirrors, the kind that you placed all over to make the place look bigger, and to capture more of the daylight that finds its way into your window, the kind they sell on the second floor of Fred Meyer for $9.99, down the aisle from the little lamps with the zebra-print shades. And you may see 12 of you, 12 faces looking back at you, all nodding affirmatively, each hovering over a large metal salad bowl filled with oatmeal. How did you afford so many of these mirrors? That's an easy one - you work hard, you mostly eat oatmeal, and you live in a basement.
Soon you'll join the super-rich.