20 way-out billionaire eccentrics
While few rival the legendary Howard Hughes for pure oddness, many of the recent crop of rich and famous have more than a few quirks -- such as a CEO who eats meat only if he kills it.
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I WISH MSN WOULD WRITE AN ARTICLE AND TELL A STORY WITHOUT ALL THE UNDERLINED QUESTIONS. WHAT QUESTIONS YOU ASK ?
Why not ! Spend it the way you want. Its there money. The US Gov. is stealing YOURS & MINE $MONEY$ & sending it to the middle east. Worse yet there sending your KIDS over there to get killed . They call people "tax cheats". The CHEATS & THIEF'S are the SCUM running our goverment!
Jocelyn Wildenstein won't need a mask on Halloween, that's for sure.
When I saw how pretty she looked before plastic surgery, I thought "How can anyone do this to themselves?"
Every time I click on a link to a supposed news story that is, instead, a thinly veiled plot to generate more bing searches I become a little more reluctant to use any of the microsoft products who led me there--msn, bing, internet explorer. Google does it all better, and they don't saturate news stories with links to the who-what-where-when-how that should be included in text.
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