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"... The cost of labor, like any other commodity, is determined by labor-time necessary for its reproduction." Karl Marx "Capital" v.3, Ch. L s.
Once, traveling by electric train from Moscow, I was staring at the railroad. My gaze was moving smoothly over the straight rail, up until the railway points have broken that movement and diverted my gaze to countless unfamiliar directions. I have chosen one randomly and kept staring at this point, without looking around. The speed was great, and the movement on this road continued until my gaze hit a dead-end siding in form of a cross. The thought about this experience never left me and on the 7th of March, I have filmed this video on my phone and saved it on my computer desktop...
March 29, 2010 while reading in the online news the information about tragic events of terrorism in the Moscow underground, I saw a link for downloading a video from video surveillance cameras of the Moscow underground and did not hesitate to save this file on computer desktop. After a while, watching my video, I was pondering over the monotonous words of train salesman behind the scenes. He was offering the goods at low price, and I was shocked by the accidental sudden switch to a video from the terrorist attack...