“I don’t see why there needs to be a blanket fee for everybody when we could simply allow the market to determine a fair price,” said Koch, shivering over a small fire at the edge of the ancient river that separates the mortal world from the realm in which all human souls rest together in eternity, free from pain and worry. “I see a lot of profit to be made here.”
...Charon reportedly felt there had been a misunderstanding between himself and Koch.
“The coin is more like, you know, a metaphorical thing,” said Charon. “Giving up your worldly possessions so you can move into the afterlife on an equal footing with everyone else. That’s why we make it so cheap. I’m not sure if this guy really gets it.”
Friday, August 23, 2019
David Koch Still on Wrong Side of River Styx After Refusing to Pay One-Cent Ferry Tax
Koch wants to change things: