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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Thu Jan 30, 2014 at 05:30 AM PST.

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Comment Preferences

  •  Tom Perkins, yay... (3+ / 0-)

    Since my snarkdiary on the topic parachuted down the recent list yesterday, I'll repost here my...

    Ten Reasons Why Life As A Rich Person These Days Is Just Like The Camps

    1. Unavailability of swordfish on a bed of saffron rice
     2. Not getting a Qi counseling for remodeling the mansion
     3. Being scolded for mowing down some riffraff doctor in one's yacht
     4. Being one Google bus too short to save the rest of the billionaires
     5. Having to share lifeboats with steerage class, thus leaving one's bling behind on the sinking Titanic
     6. The indignity of a Gulfstream car-pool, and having to share it with a sub-ten figure income person
     7. Votes not being decided on the basis of shares, just like proxy votes
     8. The absence of enserfment, peonage, indentured servitude and other ways to assert rights of property on other human beings to make it worthwhile to keep them around, perhaps for sport
     9. People not tipping their hats and bowing as their betters pass on the sidewalk
     10. Making fun of Danielle Steele's body of literary work

  •  WSJ=Volkischer Beobachter (Nationalist Observer) (1+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    David Waldman

    Works for me.

  •  Yesterday's show (0+ / 0-)

    Listened to the podcast last night and found Joan and Greg delightful.  Great fill in work while David got the kids to school.

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