9 pricey sports of the wealthy
You don't have to be part of the 1% to enjoy these pastimes, but having lots of money will make it a whole lot easier.
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Despising rich people is the sport of poor, dumb people, who think and see and understand very little beyond their tiny little world, which is part of the reason they are poor. I'm not financially well off right now to do anything of these things in style, but I do NOT begrudge anyone who is or does. God bless them. I've personally known a few rich folk, and most all of them worked harder, and were smarter and better connected than I. So what. That's their life and it's their business. Each of us are responsible only for our own lives. Are you living a good life? Am I?
A man once came to Jesus and said, "My brother is not sharing with me my share of the family inheritance. Would you please go tell him to share?"
Guess what, Jesus didn't do it. Instead Jesus turned to the complaining man and said to him, "Be careful of the greed in your heart." Yes Charlie, poor people can be greety and coveteous too. Our own hearts are all any of us are responsible for.
Horse racing si suppose to be the sport of kings.Last time I went I didn`t see
any kings there.I won`t say what I saw.
I'm not rich, but I'll bet any amount I can kick any "rich dude's" butt in golf. In my experience, the more money you have, the worse athlete you are.
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