I appreciate good art. I am by no means particularly knowledgeable on the subject, but I enjoy a good painting or sculpture. It amazes me, no matter how rich the buyer is, how much some people will pay for the right work. Take Jackson Pollock for example. According to some his works are masterpieces, representing the finest in creativity, beauty and expression. These people are wrong. Seriously, look at this piece of shit. That went for $200 million. Yes, you read that right. It is one of the highest selling paintings of all time. This one also cracked the top ten. Granted, I am not an expert in fine art, but do you have to be? Generally speaking, if something is so nonsensical and uncoordinated, to the point that I'm fairly certain an animal could produce an equivalent product, then I'm not impressed. You have to hand it to whoever the guy's dealer was. Dude must have been the greatest bullshit artist of all time. To not only convince people that crap was worth money, but to go so far as to convince them it was the apex of fine art, just wow. This is the highest selling of all time, going for $300 million. I know people have reasons for why this messy jumbled dog shit is breathtaking fine art, I'm just saying they're stupid reasons. I don't care what the earth shattering method was, the deeper meaning, or whatever else it is supposed to be. It still needs to not look like shit to rank among the best art ever made. Focus: What do people pay large amounts of money for that leaves you in bewilderment. It doesn't have to only be things billionaires can afford. Alt Focus: What do you buy that you find hard to justify? What is the stupidest thing you've ever wasted money on?