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    Take a look at the signature.

    Its the truth man.

    If it floats, flys or fucks. RENT IT! No reason to tie up capital like that, you won't see any real ROI unless your flying every single day.
    If it Floats, Flies or F**ks, Rent it.

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    Maybe this guy should retire and just enjoy life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One_Percent View Post
    No reason to tie up capital like that, you won't see any real ROI unless your flying every single day.
    Why would you tie me up? That's just weird.
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    I read an article where he stated that he wanted to be the richest billionaire ever! Perhaps this is his reason for losing the $27 B. IMHO: I found the statement a bit trite -- I'd be happy w/ the whatever billion amount it was. He may get antsy to get it back and be a bit hot-headed right now. Hopefully, it's a lesson he is learning.
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    He actually lost 23 billion in 3 months.

    He "fooled" a lot of investors about his business and didn't delivery what he promised. He is "full of crap"...

    But we have other big guys coming... Jorge Paulo Lemann with 19,8 billion (he owns burger king and heinz ketchup) and another 70 billionaires!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caio View Post
    He actually lost 23 billion in 3 months.
    That must suck big balls to see it fall apart.

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    Anddddd he's still worth nearly $7B. If he did nothing but put it in a bank, he could live more than comfortably off that (and the interest) for the rest of his life.
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    ITT a bunch of broke mofos clowning on a due that's still worth $7B

    Is that about right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donblackie View Post
    ITT a bunch of broke mofos clowning on a due that's still worth $7B

    Is that about right?
    Just read the thread.

    Define "Clowning"

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donblackie View Post
    ITT a bunch of broke mofos clowning on a due that's still worth $7B

    Is that about right?
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