10 new ways to get rich
How today's new money have earned their cash.
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Steal a nuke and blackmail England.
Get gold out of seawater.
Get freshwater out of seawater.
Recycle crap into fuel.
Turn barf into jewelry.
Find a genie in a bottle.
The best idea is:
Do not waste valuable time reading MSN BS articles
Why don't we all just become pro baseball payers. That's how stupid this article is.
Have to love #8. If my dad bought a company, I would probably be "rich' too.
It seems like there is such a backlash against the rich. Like they are holding people down. Stop complaining and get to work. Stop waiting for handouts from others or the government. I am not rich by any stretch of the means, but I try to learn from those that have already achieved.
I decided not to listen to the negative posters here and check out the ideas anyway. Im glad I did, as i learned some interesting things. Two of these people expanded on their fathers business's. It is always a good idea to check out how other people made it in life. Each one brings a valuable lesson.
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