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(Buzzfeed)   I don't always fly in a plane, but when I do, I take loads of gorgeous women   (buzzfeed.com) divider line 32
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2014-03-30 01:44:59 AM
5 votes:
This might be stupid, but if I were rich, surrounding myself with the kind of women who flock toward a rich guy would not be high on my list of things to do.
2014-03-30 02:08:45 AM
3 votes:

fusillade762: eCurmudgeon: wax_on: Buzzfeed? Nope, not clicking.

Not only not clicking, I have rules on the local firewall to prevent against even accidental clicks.

/along with Daily Fail and Gawker Media sites...

It's nice that you both have something useful to contribute to the conversation.


shiatting on buzzfeed IS useful to the conversation.

I've never hated a site as much as I hate buzzfeed. I have more respect for infowars.
2014-03-30 12:22:27 AM
3 votes:
Buzzfeed? Nope, not clicking.
2014-03-30 09:46:13 AM
2 votes:

darkjezter: This man wins at life.


This man wins at stuff. He's got a lot of shiny things and sparkly baubles. He's got some polished rocks and we're supposed to be jealous of him.

I know I sound like I'm just hating, but I honestly couldn't spend the money on luxury items like he's done. It would probably make me physically ill to spend that much on toys. Therefore, I'm not impressed at this guy's dragon's hoard.
2014-03-30 06:23:48 AM
2 votes:

darkjezter: This man wins at life.


   This man wins at self aggrandizement and deifying the ego. Life can be more than call girls and pink Bentleys if you care to look.
2014-03-30 02:19:01 AM
2 votes:

Jclark666: I've always had the feeling that Dan Bilzerian's income is NOT from poker and his whole schtick is a cover. I just haven't decided what it might be a cover for.


pbs.twimg.com

Also claims to have made his fortune "gambling".
2014-03-30 02:01:54 AM
2 votes:

That Guy Jeff: Hollie Maea: That Guy Jeff: [distilleryimage8.ak.instagram.com image 612x612]

I love playing at the Aria. The decoration and architecture in there is just plain awesome. Never had even one of those chips though. I think I would literally kill someone for those chips. That's about 9 million dollars.

If you would be willing to kill someone for 9 million dollars, you can probably find someone who would pay you to do so.  You might get paid in bitcoins though.

/wouldn't kill someone for 9 million dollars.

9 million dollars is enough to live off the rest of my life without having to work. The cruel irony of my life is that I have to give up a third of it just making sure I can do what I want for another third, and sleep the last third. I accept that's just how it is and humans are uniquely positioned in how much free time we have; however, there is very, very little I would not do in order to escape that and live my life entirely as I intend, subject only to my own whims. Outside of a few family members and friends, I would kill pretty much anyone to achieve that goal; realistically excluding people of a high enough profile that there would be no way to get away with it. I won't feel good about, and I can't morally justify it at all. If the situation turned into more than a hypothetical I freely admit it would make me a monster, or at the very least a shiatty person. But everyone has a price. Mine is "complete freedom the rest of my life." That converts to ~2 million dollars or more. Maybe you think you wouldn't kill someone for 9 million dollars. Easy to say when the situation is hypothetical and you want to pretend to be a great person. I'm being honest. If your price isn't  9 million, it's 15 million, or 50 million, or 100 million. There is a number that will switch you to "team murder". Oh, by the way, 9 million dollars in a lifetime annuity comes to ~34K a month for the rest of your life. Also consider that 1 million dollars can save 500,000 children's lives for ...


People like Jeff are reason why we have things like the invasion of Iraq under the bullshiat guise of WMD. People will do some crazy ass shiat for free wheeling spending of cold hard cash.  In Jeff's case it is a hypothetical $2m to kill one person.  In the case of Iraq it was the Neo-Cons and drooling contractors waiting in the wings for hundreds of billions of dollars in US treasure, while costing hundreds of thousands of Arab lives.

Poof - gone like a fart in the wind.

Sometimes I wonder how so many Americans can be obtuse about what the fark we as a country let happen last decade.
2014-03-30 01:48:57 AM
2 votes:

FDR Jones: This might be stupid, but if I were rich, surrounding myself with the kind of women who flock toward a rich guy would not be high on my list of things to do.


Eh. Wit that kind of money I'd probably invite them to parties for the kicks and pics, but I'd be pursuing the cute gal from the bookstore who reads the same books I do.
2014-03-30 01:48:23 AM
2 votes:
I think I have a bro crush.
2014-03-30 01:37:31 AM
2 votes:

eCurmudgeon: wax_on: Buzzfeed? Nope, not clicking.

Not only not clicking, I have rules on the local firewall to prevent against even accidental clicks.

/along with Daily Fail and Gawker Media sites...


It's nice that you both have something useful to contribute to the conversation.
2014-03-30 01:28:32 AM
2 votes:

Hollie Maea: That Guy Jeff: [distilleryimage8.ak.instagram.com image 612x612]

I love playing at the Aria. The decoration and architecture in there is just plain awesome. Never had even one of those chips though. I think I would literally kill someone for those chips. That's about 9 million dollars.

If you would be willing to kill someone for 9 million dollars, you can probably find someone who would pay you to do so.  You might get paid in bitcoins though.

/wouldn't kill someone for 9 million dollars.


9 million dollars is enough to live off the rest of my life without having to work. The cruel irony of my life is that I have to give up a third of it just making sure I can do what I want for another third, and sleep the last third. I accept that's just how it is and humans are uniquely positioned in how much free time we have; however, there is very, very little I would not do in order to escape that and live my life entirely as I intend, subject only to my own whims. Outside of a few family members and friends, I would kill pretty much anyone to achieve that goal; realistically excluding people of a high enough profile that there would be no way to get away with it. I won't feel good about, and I can't morally justify it at all. If the situation turned into more than a hypothetical I freely admit it would make me a monster, or at the very least a shiatty person. But everyone has a price. Mine is "complete freedom the rest of my life." That converts to ~2 million dollars or more. Maybe you think you wouldn't kill someone for 9 million dollars. Easy to say when the situation is hypothetical and you want to pretend to be a great person. I'm being honest. If your price isn't  9 million, it's 15 million, or 50 million, or 100 million. There is a number that will switch you to "team murder". Oh, by the way, 9 million dollars in a lifetime annuity comes to ~34K a month for the rest of your life. Also consider that 1 million dollars can save 500,000 children's lives for 1 year (malaria prevention and treatment). So if it makes you feel better you could take 9 million from someone willing to pay to have someone killed and use it to save a million children's lives for three years and still have enough to not go to work for the rest of your life.
2014-03-30 01:20:41 AM
2 votes:
I've always had the feeling that Dan Bilzerian's income is NOT from poker and his whole schtick is a cover. I just haven't decided what it might be a cover for.
2014-03-30 01:12:35 AM
2 votes:
hmmm...grew up in money, never finished SEAL training but advertises it, 3 heart attacks by the time he was 32, suing "Lone Survivor" producers because his bit part was cut...

heck of a lifestyle but seems like he may be a douche
2014-03-30 12:33:12 AM
2 votes:
i was trying so hard to write him off as a colossal douchebag but the shiat eating grin on his face all the time just screams "i cant farking believe i pulled this off yee haa" which is sorta what id be doing.
2014-03-30 12:32:21 AM
2 votes:
What's his name again?
2014-03-30 12:31:13 AM
2 votes:

wax_on: Buzzfeed? Nope, not clicking.


Not only not clicking, I have rules on the local firewall to prevent against even accidental clicks.

/along with Daily Fail and Gawker Media sites...
2014-03-30 12:18:20 PM
1 votes:
grinding_journalist: oakleym82: But as for the other bullshiat like ass cherries, several of the guys said they wouldn't do it for any amount of money, but then you put it to a Pizza Hut delivery driver making $9/hr in a different way and inevitably you will get a number.  "Oh yeah?  No amount of money huh?  So if this guy over here enjoying his pizza plops down a briefcase with $xxx,xxx in unmarked, non-sequential bills inside that could be all yours if all you had to do was [redacted] with a guarantee of no VD, you're telling me you wouldn't do it?"

My "do anything for money" hypothetical was always "How much would you need to be paid to kill a puppy with your bare hands?" Of course, most people say they wouldn't do it for any amount, that's sick and cruel. Then the "greater good" card comes out with "If you had a billion dollars, you could do quite a bit to stop animal cruelty, puppy mills, suburban and urban strays" etc.

I just don't really believe there isn't much a person wouldn't do if they instantly became a billionaire afterwards.


That arguement is just a justification for people who already have weak morals to allow themselves to pretend to be decent.  Killing a person (or cruelly murdering a puppy.  I'm a vet so it's not like I've never killed an animal but always humanely and for a good reason) is something I couldn't forgive myself for after.  There's no amount of money that would make up for that.

Sex, yeah I probably have my price provided there was through testing before the act and my husband consented.  There's also no amount of money that could make up for getting AIDS or destroying my marriage.
2014-03-30 10:59:48 AM
1 votes:

The Goat Men Are Rampaging In The Fields: I almost wanted to like him when I saw the pic of him with the tiny, elderly cat, looking like he REALLY cared...until I saw the next pic with the lynxes (possibly another species).  Commodification of living creatures just cinches the ick.


I don't think those were Lynxes. I think they were savannahs
2014-03-30 09:06:45 AM
1 votes:
If I could be this much of a douche, I would.
2014-03-30 07:21:31 AM
1 votes:
Doesn't seem very cool to me, seems more like the common trust-fund douchenozzle, and I don't really care what hobbies he chooses to dabble in, nor which mansions, luxury cars, and call girls he chooses to indulge in.

But wait, I'm supposed to want to be like him, and live like him, aren't I.  His is a lifestyle I'm supposed to want to emulate, right?

And I should spend my time dreaming about living the kind of life he does instead of noticing that the people actually running things have made things worse for the rest of us, and they don't care because the plight of the masses doesn't penetrate the walls of their private jets.
2014-03-30 04:00:39 AM
1 votes:
Clicked on the thread expecting Richard Branson.


Still don't know how far off I am.


/ps "trained as a navy seal" probably means hired the guy who does seal training and paid him insane amounts to get a watered down version. Though, how watered down, I'm not sure, the guy looks buff
//wouldn't even blink if this turns out to be a parody. GQ did it with the "Marriott Sisters". Especially with April just around the corner. But hey, to each his own. Not sure what I'd be spending my cash on if I had insane amounts.
///solid-gold slashies
2014-03-30 03:55:21 AM
1 votes:
I think the word Buzzfeed was looking for was 'enviable' and not 'interesting'.  Yes, he has a lot of toys, but I didn't find anything interesting about it.

Nice bod, though.
2014-03-30 02:39:29 AM
1 votes:
So this guy is a drug using, gambling, probable killer of brown people, who pays hookers to hang around him, and is fat off daddy's money?

Oh yeah, he's mighty cool. Right.
2014-03-30 01:26:31 AM
1 votes:
FTFA:
Dan Bilzerian is a 33-year-old professional poker player who has made millions playing cards and gambling.

From Wikipedia:
He is the son of Wall Street corporate take over artist Paul Bilzerian

I'll go with Wikipedia on this one.
2014-03-30 01:26:15 AM
1 votes:

Jclark666: I've always had the feeling that Dan Bilzerian's income is NOT from poker and his whole schtick is a cover. I just haven't decided what it might be a cover for.


You're smart!

"Dan's father Paul Bilzerian was a prominent private equity player in the 1980s. By the time Paul was 36 years old, he had already earned a self-made $40 million fortune. Unfortunately, in 1988 Paul was indicted for tax and security fraud. Dan was eight years old at the time. The elder Bilzerian declared bankruptcy in 2001 claiming just $15,000 in assets and more than $140 million worth of debt!"
2014-03-30 01:01:42 AM
1 votes:

bacUncanadian: i was trying so hard to write him off as a colossal douchebag but the shiat eating grin on his face all the time just screams "i cant farking believe i pulled this off yee haa" which is sorta what id be doing.


Yeah, this. I'm finding it hard to hate this guy. It makes me feel good to know someone is living the dream.
2014-03-30 01:01:18 AM
1 votes:
Looks like hat internet guy posing on a bmw wearing a tux....
2014-03-30 12:59:52 AM
1 votes:
This is what happens when people blunder upon riches.

I wonder if he's paid taxes on those "earnings"?
2014-03-30 12:43:28 AM
1 votes:
The thing where his whole body is waxed clean except his legs is farking creepy. looks like he had legs from a sasquatch grafted on.
2014-03-30 12:31:44 AM
1 votes:
He's just an insect when compared to one like Newton or Einstein. No amount of trinkets will put him among the greats
2014-03-30 12:26:18 AM
1 votes:
Damn. Officially jealous.
2014-03-29 09:47:37 PM
1 votes:
static2.businessinsider.com
 
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