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  1. Sage in the Brush
    September 5, 2021 @ 2:46 pm

    Ha. That was an enjoyable read about the woes of the beautiful people. I’m a shirt-tail relative of the ultra-rich, and for decades I saw an unending parade of con men beat a path past my door. The every day Joe has no idea of the constant dance between the wealthy and the Psychopaths that prey on their egos and pretentious ways. Many times, the grifter’s win by wearing their mark down, leaving them too embarrassed to ever speak of it again. Even if the bums are eventually pealed off like gum from a shoe, they have left a mess and chaos behind them. ALL because people want to be seen as something they are NOT. Us old horse traders know that if something seems too good to be true, that we should fold our money and put it back in our pocket. As old Buck said, “There are only two things wrong with money: too much or too little.” — Charles Bukowski


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