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December 14, 2006


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I'm not averse to the concept of spending some money to make more, but I believe most people who can drop 33k on a vacation have more money than they know what to do with and probably arrive in private jets, helicopters and yachts. There is nothing wrong with that, but a lot of people don't become wealthy because they run around with a crowd who can outspend them without even feeling it. The requirement to buy the next round of drinks, support a charity auction (for fine art, no less) or pay the door fee for exclusive events can be a drain.

Many of life's qualifying situations require a modicum of wealth to participate but a 33k vacation in Maui sets off my BS meter. Methinks the only riches made in this situation is through the booking agents and the resort.

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