A: I want to move to New York. B: To the state or the city? A: To the city, of course. B: Why do you want to move there? A: Because I want to make a lot of money. B: There are a lot of poor people in New York. A: There sure are—at least a million. B: So how do you plan to become rich? A: I will knock on the doors of all the corporations. B: That won't make you rich. Nobody will talk to you. A: I will keep knocking on doors. B: All you will get is sore knuckles.