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2021-05-12 5:06:19 PM  
Don't be The Selector or Madness on the bill?
 
2021-05-12 5:46:03 PM  
All those extras. All that money. And no TruCoat.
 
2021-05-12 5:57:12 PM  
Well you will never be able to pick up the kids from soccer and grocery shop in that thing. How impractical, rich people so stupid!
 
2021-05-12 6:02:45 PM  
This is definitely the a-hole who takes up two parking spaces in the grocery store parking lot.
 
2021-05-12 6:11:56 PM  
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2021-05-12 6:20:25 PM  
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2021-05-12 6:59:12 PM  
Ball Washer
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What'd you buy? Another car? Ha!
 
2021-05-12 7:04:48 PM  
Aw I should've watched the whole thing first. It cut out half the bit in this clip... here's the quote:

"And then the other CEOs would gather and they'd go, "Who's that?" "Who's that? That, my friends, is my very esteemed personal ball washer. What did you guys buy? Another car? Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!"
 
2021-05-12 7:38:29 PM  
It'll be put in a garage/museum and never driven.
 
2021-05-12 8:34:06 PM  
I masturbate with Iranian caviar
 
2021-05-12 8:35:03 PM  
Meh.  Value nosedives when you drive it off the lot.
 
2021-05-12 10:01:31 PM  

kozlo: Aw I should've watched the whole thing first. It cut out half the bit in this clip... here's the quote:

"And then the other CEOs would gather and they'd go, "Who's that?" "Who's that? That, my friends, is my very esteemed personal ball washer. What did you guys buy? Another car? Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!"


If I had that kind of money, the introduction would be "this is my very esteemed Wednesday afternoon ball washer. If you hang around for a while, I will introduce you to my Wednesday evening ball washer".
 
2021-05-12 10:34:23 PM  
Walk the Earth among the rabble.
Search for an honest man.
Get the highest return for your portfolio and make sure you don't lose it all when the bubble bursts.

That was a punch line.

But seriously. Handing out 40,000 dollars a day at about 1000 dollars at a time and asking people to pay it forward.... somehow I think you could really change a lot of lives doing that.
 
2021-05-12 11:44:44 PM  
Does Jay Leno have one of them?
 
2021-05-12 11:54:24 PM  
That's not a car. That's jewelry. The fact that you can drive it makes it no less ornamental or ostentatious. It's specific to the owner, a clear demonstration of affluence, and may have sentimental value. It's impossible to have out anywhere except under very certain, closely controlled circumstances.

That's some rich guy's diamond necklace.
 
2021-05-13 1:21:44 AM  

FormlessOne: That's not a car. That's jewelry. The fact that you can drive it makes it no less ornamental or ostentatious. It's specific to the owner, a clear demonstration of affluence, and may have sentimental value. It's impossible to have out anywhere except under very certain, closely controlled circumstances.

That's some rich guy's diamond necklace.


In the old days (think East India Trading Company), wealthy people would have parties where they would display barrels of spices, just to tell people "I'm rich biatches", because apparently nothing say class like a barrel of nutmeg.
Pineapples were also huge status symbols. They were so expensive (the equivalent of ten grands) that you could rent one for your dinner party
 
2021-05-13 6:38:31 AM  

kozlo: Aw I should've watched the whole thing first. It cut out half the bit in this clip... here's the quote:

"And then the other CEOs would gather and they'd go, "Who's that?" "Who's that? That, my friends, is my very esteemed personal ball washer. What did you guys buy? Another car? Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!"


Scrubbing and rinsing, scrubbing and rinsing...

Far more useful than that damn car.
 
2021-05-13 11:06:34 PM  

FormlessOne: That's not a car. That's jewelry. The fact that you can drive it makes it no less ornamental or ostentatious. It's specific to the owner, a clear demonstration of affluence, and may have sentimental value. It's impossible to have out anywhere except under very certain, closely controlled circumstances.

That's some rich guy's diamond necklace.


The owner picked it up in a Tyvek suit much to the amusement of the salesman.    See the video below.

HERMES SPEEDTAIL FIRST DRIVE! || Manny Khoshbin
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I watched a few of his videos and every indication is that he's a really nice guy.    Personally, I don't get the obsession with exotic cars and designer brand names.   I'm not saying I wouldn't have a few cars if I had his bank account, but it just seems a bit unimaginative given all the things his wealth could make possible.
 
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