1/100th at F5.6, ISO 800 (28mm).
I can't seem find the article right now, but I was recently reading about an idea called the 'poor tax' or something similar to that. It stated that the poor often end up spending more money on things like shoes because they can only afford the cheapest $30-$40 shoes, which end up falling apart in 3-4 months, while a $100 pair would last for years.
Over the 30 years that I've been alive, it's seemed that the quality of everything has declined and it's only made life more expensive. Fashions change so quickly now and clothes fall apart so easily. It almost doesn't matter if you buy a cheap shirt that will fall apart in a year because there will be a completely new trend next year. The amount of checkered shirts in my Facebook feed these days is unnerving.
I've recently noticed that neon is suddenly in fashion and being marketed. Does anyone have anything neon? I think that's the point, cause then you have to go out and buy it. Furniture too - it breaks after a few years. The level of consumption is incredible and it certainly can't be sustainable in the long term.
End of rant.