Thus, I don't derive any NET "benefit" from restaurant food because I had to pay the restaurant owners full market value for the food I ate. Do you see how positively loopy and mentally retarded that sounds, Roy?STEVEN: "I derive benefit from food I consume in a restaurant"
ROY: Nope. [You] don't get any benefit at all, because [you] have to pay [the restaurant owners] full market value for any such benefit. [You] don't get any NET benefit, only [restaurant owners] do.
I benefit from things that I pay for all the time, Roy, just as I can derive benefit from things (like air) that I would never pay anyone for. So do you. Get your definitions straight, you're clearly off the deep end here.