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To listen click below. What I want to know is how Hermes charges more than $70k for a ridiculous foosball table. And manages to sell them at full price. It doesn’t play for you and it doesn’t make cappuccino. The cost of materials is not that much higher than for a $1000 version. Who would pay […]READ ON