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The real concern should be the ways money can be used rather than spent. A $20 pair of socks should be quite comfortable and look good at the same time with the remaining $400 being used for a charity such as the Fred Hollows Foundation, an Australian charity that restores eyesight for $20 which means that 20 more people would be able to see the lovely socks or no socks.
There is so much poverty, hunger and homelessness in the world that $420 socks seem an unnecessary expense and a donation to any charity would be appreciated.
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