What does “You get what you pay for” mean?
I ask because a post earlier this week ended with airline pilot/analyst Bob Herbst concluding, “Sometimes the old cliché: ‘You get what you pay for’ has true meaning.”
To which I said, “Truer words were never spoken.”
It turns out we probably meant different things. Let me explain.
“You get what you pay for revisited — oops, there goes my journalistic objectivity”