David Wronski shares . . .
"Some say it’s tough to pay $118.98 per pound for dry-aged Wagyu porterhouse steak* ; but, if you don’t, it could be tougher."
That's the way we would crack wise at my school days butcher shop job when a customer complained about the price of something. Of course, back in the day, you could practically buy a car for $118.98.
* Lobel's pricing as of this writing.