Saturday, April 3, 2010

You peasants are soooooo annoying!

Always bitching about something, "I lost my job," or "I lost my house," "We don't have any money for food," "We can't afford to take the kids to the doctor." Please, we've heard it all before.... from your parents and grandparents. Enough is enough!

You think YOU have problems?

Do you know what it takes to maintain and staff a mansion in Connecticut, a 5th Avenue penthouse in NY, a ski chalet in Aspen, an 8,000 sg foot condo in Paris and a splendid little Caribbean getaway, with its own private airstrip?

I thought not.

And the costs to keep 20,000 bottles of rare French wine cooled to the proper temp?

Or what Beluga Caviar costs these days?

And how much a new Gulfstream 20 costs? Try and buy a new Bentley and see what they're asking... P.S. don't forget to add in the full time chauffer.

See, and you think YOU had problems.

So put your nose back to that grindstone, the one made in China and stop the bitching.

We wealthy elite have our own problems.

Forbes World's Billionaires list as a record 164 10-figure titans

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