lizbethrose wrote:Lamborghini has a new car—the Veneno—described as a street-legal race car.
Only three will be made, but all three sold months ago. Two of them were sold to American business men. The price tag? Only $3.9M.
This story came out the same time the sequester was allowed to begin. Okay—So? So no one seems to care. Is not caring the result of apathy, or is it a sense of defeatism?
No one knows what the sequester will mean in the end or how it’ll affect the majority of US citizens. But I’m pretty sure very few of us will ever be able to pay $3.9M on a car we’ll never use—and get tax breaks as well.
Post by Flannel Jesus » Sat Mar 09, 2013 12:53 pm
I don't understand. What does any of this stuff have to do with people buying expensive cars? What are you talking about?
Reply to Flanel Jesus, Son of Man, King of the Jews:
you could have answered to liz more intelligently in the following ways as*hole:
1) at least they are not inflating property prices in big cities and hurting poor people by buying houses and apartments, at least they are not hiking up prices in London, Los Angeles, New York City and so on and so forth and such with their heavy money;
2) liz is a lazy b*tch, welfare queen, envious of the rich and their hard owned money: they worked hard for their cash, they are not like you, lazy moron, they are not lazy slobs like you liz, welfare queen, envious of the rich and wants a free handout, so let them spend and enjoy their cash;
3) it is good that they buy high class cars, this helps industry and keeps people working and especially it helps to saturate the world with ever more cars and things, the more stuff built the richer we all are.
Now, take your choice, jesus, how do you wish to reply ?
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