With Greece teetering on the brink of post-history and Italy constantly attempting to out-buffoon itself, the concept of "nation" is under a little pressure.
Then along comes Apple, hurtling toward style domination, and suddenly it seems to have a market valuation greater than some world economies.
One headline this week, though, crowed slightly beyond reason. "Apple is now worth more than Poland," it read.
It was the use of the word "worth" that caused my cabbage pierogi to resist their final resting place.
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