No, gold does have non-money value in jewelry and manufacturing, etc. This non-money value is what causes precious metals to emerge as money, because people know that they are something others want that is fixed in supply. Monies emerge from a good that has a widespread non-money use and is limited in supply. Someone owning gold can rest assured that what they own will not go to zero value because of its non-money use; someone owning fiat paper currency cannot.
It wouldn';t hurt to rest him for a while, so that he can work out a strategy to bowl in the subcontinent....whats the point of playing him if he is going to get clobbered again? will only affect the confidence of the player and the team..
Excellent Lindsay. Much enjoyed this. And like all good plots it made me want more. More on another P. Plot in the post-modern age. Perhaps you could pick it up today in Q for quirky, questioning, quite open-ended or even quietly open-ended.
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