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1: 2015-01-29: Luxury marketing explained ==> @washingtonpost
2: 2014-03-01: Love? Maybe. But don't discount the glorious luxury of doing what you want when you want without having to negotiate with anyone.
3: 2014-01-22: Life's most decadent luxury: getting a good night's sleep.
4: 2013-10-02: An upgrade to luxury is usually a downgrade in functionality.
5: 2013-09-04: The greatest luxuries are being able to manage your own time and environment.
6: 2013-08-27: Opening my eyes in my luxury hotel room/rental car. @ Emerald Bay State Park http://t.co/HXVkPqgCYX
7: 2013-08-08: The greatest luxury is the freedom to do what you want with your time.
8: 2013-05-05: The ultimate luxury is a product that efficiently and reliably performs the function it was originally intended for.
9: 2013-04-26: Curiosity is a luxury of those who can afford to change.
10: 2013-03-30: On My Bucket List: Squander my massive lottery prize on foolish luxuries and bad investments.
11: 2013-03-18: Motel 6 gives you one incredible luxury you rarely get at luxury hotels: a noon checkout time!
12: 2013-03-10: Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland (2011) looking into a luxury rail car. More from the Highlands: http://t.co/qY6P5rLBPW http://t.co/sCyUyXlZUY
13: 2013-01-12: If you "reward yourself" for good behavior by buying a luxury product, your behavior probably isn't all that good.
14: 2013-01-09: The only luxuries that matter are decent medical care and control over your own time.
15: 2012-11-10: RT @HypnoticYogi: The saddest thing I can imagine is to get used to luxury. -Chaplin, Charlie http://t.co/9mbKk0xT
16: 2012-09-10: Aboard the luxury bus from Riga to Vilnius (16 LVL) http://t.co/0IyOA2XT
17: 2012-09-08: In the First Class section of a luxury bus out of Tallinn. (€29) http://t.co/FeBpdOxW
18: 2012-08-31: Latest camping luxury: Instead of a $10 foam pad from Walmart, a $20 piece of shag carpet. Primo! http://t.co/hHZJKSCV
19: 2012-08-27: Luxury marketing is based on the flawed concept of self-reward. "You deserve this frivolous object for all you've done." Fact: You don't!
20: 2012-08-12: Tours and luxury travel separate you from your destination with a layer of glass—like visiting an aquarium rather than scuba diving.
21: 2012-06-10: RT @KilroyCafe: In shamanism, one supposedly gains magical powers by consuming certain sacred symbols or substances -- like luxury produ ...
22: 2012-06-02: Luxury costs more than just money. It isolates you from the rest of humanity, and it usually makes life more complicated, not easier.
23: 2012-05-31: A hidden form of child abuse is to raise your children in luxury they can't hope to obtain on their own in adulthood.
24: 2012-05-12: An emblem of luxury is the $10,000 wristwatch. Doesn't tell time any better than a $10 model, except now you have to protect it.
25: 2012-05-12: An "upgrade" to luxury is usually a downgrade in functionality.
26: 2012-05-07: Much of what is called "luxury" is the outsourcing of responsibilities you can handle far more efficiently yourself.
27: 2012-04-17: If you feel you must travel in luxury, then you're not going to travel very much.
28: 2012-04-12: Ha! The only reason I was at the ATL airport was to wait out an 8-hour bus layover in luxury. #tricky #fooledyou http://t.co/gzlnchgo
29: 2012-03-29: Sure, I've made an ass of myself by buying this overpriced luxury product, "But I'm worth it!"
30: 2012-03-29: A convertible is the silliest luxury car. Sure, I want to be windblown and sunburned and have less protection in a crash.
31: 2012-03-28: Luxury kills brain cells.
32: 2012-03-28: The main problem with valet parking is you usually get your car back faster if you park it yourself. #luxurykillsbraincells
33: 2012-03-14: Luxury usually comes at a cost that far outweighs any benefit.
34: 2011-12-25: For your daily dose of First World Problems, follow @FirstWorldPains — e.g. "My European luxury sedan requires premium unleaded."
35: 2011-12-23: The First Class traveler is a crippled one, cut off from most of the world by his own luxury requirements.
36: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #10: "Exceptional Value" (Note: You can say this even if it isn't.)
37: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #9: No price is too high for peace of mind.
38: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #8: Sanitary presentation wiped clean of any imperfection or human weakness.
39: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #7: "Limited Edition."
40: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #6: "For all you've done, you deserve it."
41: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #5: Adjectives. Refined, exclusive, exceptional, extraordinary, exquisite, stylish, remarkable... adjectives!
42: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #4: Beautiful and famous people are using it, so it must be good.
43: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #3: It costs more, so it must be worth more.
44: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #2: "Go ahead, spoil yourself!"
45: 2011-12-23: Luxury Marketing Ploy #1: "Sure it costs more, but I'm worth it!"
46: 2011-12-20: Luxury Marketing 101. The suckers fall for it every time! http://t.co/QCgtLEBt
47: 2011-11-15: Pity the peacock who must haul around all that ridiculous plumage. Also pity the luxury consumer who must do the same.
48: 2011-11-15: Our tweeted essay from March on "Luxury Marketing" http://t.co/cvf5LVe1
49: 2011-11-15: For the same time and money others spend doing Vegas in luxury I could do Bangkok and Tokyo on the cheap. Who gets the better experience?
50: 2011-11-15: luxury — n. infinite gradations of taste invented by marketers to absorb the excess resources of those who have them.
51: 2011-11-15: Our past wisdom on "Luxury": http://t.co/UxxIISlJ
52: 2011-11-15: Difference between Motel 6 and luxury hotels? No little bottles of shampoos and lotions. (@ Motel 6 Lafayette) http://t.co/ZMlZFtB3
53: 2011-11-15: If you travel in luxury, you'll experience far less than traveling on the cheap. Luxury is sterile, like watching the place on TV.
54: 2011-11-15: The burdens of luxury almost always outweigh the benefits, regardless of cost.
55: 2011-11-15: A delusion of luxury is that you're getting a better product. Fact is, you're usually getting a worse one, less suited to the real need.
56: 2011-11-15: The saddest form of travel is Paris Hilton's, moving from one luxury venue to another with no opportunity to experience the world directly.
57: 2011-11-03: One of the luxuries of age is being able to admit what an idiot you were in your youth.
58: 2011-10-23: The life of your standard Rock legend is lazy luxury punctuated by occasional tours to re-milk their old songs.
59: 2011-09-03: Luxury is a swindle that draws you away from what really works.
60: 2011-08-03: Fashion, fine food, luxury goods, entertainment... fields where function is irrelevant and jerks reign supreme.
61: 2011-07-16: If you feel that you must go to a luxury resort to "relax", you're missing the point.
62: 2011-07-03: Retire to a luxury gated community surrounded by a golf course — the ultimate nursing home for those without a brain.
63: 2011-06-26: Luxury is a display to others that says, "I am better than you think I am."
64: 2011-06-26: Luxury is a scam to sell you a less efficient product at a higher price.
65: 2011-04-04: The most handicapped travelers are those who require luxury. Only a tiny portion of the world is open to them.
66: 2011-03-18: Now installed in a full-size Alamo rental car. Spending tonight in the lap of luxury (the back seat of an Impala). Rain can't get me!
67: 2011-03-09: .@Kyoks1 (b) is just one more expression of the law of karma. (a) an illusion <== The Luxury Goods Manufacturer's Association applauds you!
68: 2011-03-04: Depression is a luxury not everyone can afford. Just to acknowledge it requires a certain level of self-esteem. The others get aggressive.
69: 2011-03-02: RT @EastsideRJ: @BadDalaiLama your tweets about luxury are frickin' spot on, Your Excellence.
70: 2011-03-02: Wikipedia on Luxury Goods: Luxury_good>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luxury_good - Quite insightful!
71: 2011-03-02: Our essay from 2009: "The Shamanism of Luxury" luxury>http://kilroycafe.com/ideas/luxury
72: 2011-03-02: Luxury marketers may make utilitarian claims (e.g. that a Lexus is somehow safer) but only to help the client rationalize the purchase.
73: 2011-03-02: Luxury advertising typically focuses on the notion of self-reward. "Sure, it costs more, but I'm worth it!"
74: 2011-03-02: Luxury, by definition, is something you don't need, that is acquired only for display or for perceived sensory benefits.
75: 2011-03-02: Marketers love luxury, because once they have a prestigious brand (Gucci, Armani), they are immune to price pressure. The rich will pay!
76: 2011-03-02: The luxury market is a huge portion of the economy. Healthy profit margins drive big ad budgets, supporting media of all kinds.
77: 2011-03-02: The possession of luxury is conveyed visually or verbally. One can display ones home by holding parties there or say "I have a Learjet."
78: 2011-03-02: Cost has everything to do with luxury. The more is paid for the product the more it is perceived as luxurious.
79: 2011-03-02: Luxury can be anything—cars, seashells, shiny bits of foil—as long as it is visible and deemed by the community to be rare and valuable.
80: 2011-03-02: The main purpose of luxury is being able to show it off to others to prove ones status in the community.
81: 2011-01-23: Pity the peacock who must haul around all that ridiculous plumage. Also pity the luxury consumer who must do the same.
82: 2011-01-14: Most of what people call "luxuries" are really just expensive forms of imprisonment. The 2nd home, the boat, the sports car... shackles!
83: 2010-12-30: luxury — n. infinite gradations of taste invented by marketers to absorb the excess resources of those who have them.
84: 2010-12-28: The greatest luxury of all is time, and no marketed luxury product can give you that. Mostly, they just steal your time.
85: 2010-12-28: People are willing to endure great inconvenience for the appearance of luxury.
86: 2010-12-22: Curiosity is the luxury of children and those with the freedom to change.
87: 2010-12-16: The First Class traveler is a crippled one, cut off from most of the world by his own luxury requirements.
88: 2010-10-24: The greatest luxury of business is being able to tell a potential customer, willing to pay you, that your services don't make sense for him,
89: 2010-10-05: One of the world's greatest luxuries is to be able to sleep without an alarm clock.
90: 2010-09-21: Most so-called luxuries impoverish your life more than they improve it.
91: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-21: RT @BadDalaiLama: Most so-called luxuries impoverish your life more than they improve it.
92: KilroyCafe: 2010-09-13: The greatest luxury, worth more than money, is control of your own time.
93: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-25: The only difference between luxury marketing and con artistry is legality. If done right, the mark doesn't even know he's been taken.
94: KilroyCafe: 2010-08-11: The hidden benefit of poverty is that it keeps you lean and efficient. You can't afford the useless luxuries that entrap those with means.
95: KilroyCafe: 2010-06-17: Most so-called luxuries impoverish your life more than they improve it.
96: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-08: A luxury car, like a beauty queen, does not age gracefully. After the first few thousand miles, she's a high-maintenance bitch.
97: KilroyCafe: 2010-03-02: The greatest luxury of business is being able to tell a potential customer, willing to pay you, that your services don't make sense for him.
98: KilroyCafe: 2010-01-13: One of the world's greatest luxuries is to be able to sleep without an alarm clock.
99: KilroyCafe: 2009-10-04: Modern luxury cars feature fancy electronic keys designed to deter theft and make the company millions of dollars when customers lose them.
100: KilroyCafe: 2009-09-05: My new philosophy essay: "The Shamanism of Luxury" http://bit.ly/jv0Tg (Kilroy Cafe #52)
101: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-30: To gain the magical properties of the luxury product, one has to consume or possess it in some way.
102: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-30: In shamanism, one supposedly gains magical powers by consuming certain sacred symbols or substances -- like luxury products today!
103: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-29: Selling luxury products to people who cannot afford them is like selling them heroin. There is no honor in helping people make bad choices.
104: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-29: An old "TV Nation" segment was about selling Avon products in the Amazon, to people who could barely afford to eat. That's luxury marketing!
105: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-29: When people buy a luxury product they think they are getting some magical benefit from it that in fact doesn't exist.
106: KilroyCafe: 2009-08-15: Materialistic people are willing to endure great inconvenience for the appearance of luxury.
107: KilroyCafe: 2009-07-12: Luxury brands make you look stupid. If you waste money on them, you're going to feel foolish in the long run.
108: KilroyCafe: 2009-06-13: Luxury cars and palacial homes are of no practical benefit to the owner. They're only a signal to others: "I can afford to waste resources."
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