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but you can pass along to your kids and grand-kids who then can pass it along to their kids and grand-kids who then can pass it along to their kids and grand-kids...


 wealth hardly ever last past the 3rd generation

Thats cause only 1% of the population is actually wealthy

The Rockefellers are doing just fine

You have to teach your kids and they need to teach theirs but u always have the bad apples in the family. I just want to do my part to set my kids up with more than I had so im shooting for the stars.

i mean i'm a firm believer it's what you leave in your kids opposed to what you leave with them but i still will grind to do my best to leave them with as much as I can, regardless how long it would last.
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A NTer was at the grocery store in a small rural town in Mexico.
As he went in line to check out He spotted a mexican with a cart full of expensive groceries.
The nter complimented the mexican on the quality of his groceries and asked him how he could afford so much.

The mexican replied " i work 12 hours a day so i can splurge and buy mi familia the best groceries.
The nter replied "but then you have little time to spend with your fambilia"

The mexican replied "si....si....pero i work all day and all night, sleep little, have little time with mi ninos but at the end of a long day at work i come home and sit to myself with the oreos and watch the netflix.
and sometimes we like to go out to eat but is muy expensive with el tipping amigo"
The nter scoffed "lol i have a bachelors degree in ethics as well as business , all you have to do is taste the oreos and the other treats you have in the store to save about 20 dolares...and dont tip at all at los restaurantes that will save you more dinero mi amigo.... then you can work a little less y spend more time with your kids and watch the netflix.

The mexican replied..."pero...isnt that wrong?"

The nter laughed and replied
" amigo.....if you can take advantage of a situation in some way, it's your duty as an American to do it. Why should the spoils always go to the rich, or the oreos to the hard working? Should they be allowed to flourish merely because of their moral barometer ? Well I say, "scumbaggery is the gift man gives himself."

The mexican replied

"Gracias amigo......gracias"




Put that on your fn wall

 

 

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Oreos and not tipping. Telling Mexicans how to live like Americans laugh.gif

The **** happened in here?
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:rollin@ when they gave the starving kids iPads 

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Only one of these are necessary to survive.

Having an internet connection, cell phone, and physical building to live in aren't necessary to survive either. You have at least one of the three. If you want to go primal Into the Wild style, that's your agenda. There's no need to downplay someone else's goals just because you don't have them.

You know theres a place in betweem to two?

#NTExtremes.

The ego is a crazy thing, isn't it?

 

You were the one who went full extreme by lessening a set of goals that many people in this world wish to accomplish by saying "they aren't necessary to survive".

 

Sorry for playing along with what what you wanted to talk about - how one should only focus on those things necessary to survive.

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