“necessity never made a good bargain”. what does this mean?

Benjamin Franklin quote

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  • it means that if u need it and someone knows that then u will not be able top bargain because u have to have it

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  • Benjamin Franklin necessity never made a good bargain

  • Necessity never made a good bargain. It's hard to drive a hard bargain when you're desperate. Beggars can't be choosers.

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    In negotiating, one must be prepared to walk away from the deal. Necessity, however, precludes that option.

  • Just imagin some1 is pointin a fully loaded gun and asks for ur whole life earning. You cant bargain with him.

  • that when some thing is a necessity you will pay whatever it costs.

  • if you feel you have got to have it you will go to any length above and beyond whats needed

  • if you want something bad enough you will do anything to obtain it, which might result in someone screwing you over

  • if you need something bad enough, you dont have much leverage

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