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Old 04-14-2012, 10:59 AM   #1
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More money than he can spend

This video is from the "Million Dollor Room Show"

See the $5 million garage and driveway elevator used to park a Chevy Cruze | Motoramic - Yahoo! Autos

I can't quit crying-this is an absurde waste he needs a friend to help him share
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Old 04-14-2012, 11:23 AM   #2
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A friend sent me that link, at least he is helping the economy with building all that stuff.
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It just goes to show we are rapidly heading into the 2 class system. Those who have and those who don't have. Why in the world does he need all that?
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His money, guess he can spend it how he wants.
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:11 PM   #5
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It just goes to show we are rapidly heading into the 2 class system. Those who have and those who don't have. Why in the world does he need all that?
It's all perspective isn't it?

Need?
I don't "need" my MH, but I wanted it and could afford it so I bought it. My purchase helped employ some people in AL and now they can afford some things too. Do you think those people look at me and think that I don't "need" my MH?

I've worked hard and saved hard for my wants. 70 & 80 hour work weeks were not unusual for me in the past.

He started a software company and became successful, employing a few people along the way I'm sure. He sold his company and took that money and bought some toys and entertainment. Good for him!

There might be some people that think you don't "need" your truck and 5'vr.

It's all perspective.
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Old 04-14-2012, 12:49 PM   #6
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Of course it is for sale too. $49million

Commerce One Founder Lists Expansive Lakefront Tahoe Estate : Luxury Real Estate Blog

The Gonzales clan (dad and son Tom who built that house) founded Commerce One back in the early dot com glory days. They have quite a series of profound wins and losses. It always amazes me how these folks always seem to survive multiple bankruptcies, tax evasion lawsuits (even the theft of dad's cremation urn ashes) and still have the cash to spend on these things. Got to love capitalism!
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Old 04-14-2012, 04:12 PM   #7
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Ya gotta love a guy who
1) employs a bunch of people
2) makes a pile of money doing it
3) plows a pile of money into an opulent spectacle that
4) requires massive maintenance costs (i.e. employment) going forward.

Imagine the horrifying effect if everybody did that: full employment.
Hey, wanna go "occupy" his garage?
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Hey, wanna go "occupy" his garage?
Hey, now there is an excellent idea! Excellent points too engineermike....
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This is kinda like all of those who ask how we "justify" what we spend on our hobbies; first, 'cause I want to and second, 'cause I can.
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