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Top Ten Costs of Being Rich

The true price of “Affluenza”

Money=happiness! Surely the richest can afford meals prepared by their personal chef on their private island in the Caribbean. They don’t have to worry about being disappointed like all the moderately-wealthy urban couples who ordered Thanksgiving meals in the Southern California community of Rancho Cucamonga only to find the doors locked and a handwritten sign…

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I have learned not to compromise. Author of 45 books, former exec, Nebula Award nominee, poor. Interests: future, science, tech, ethics, nature, cooperatives

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Amy Sterling Casil

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I have learned not to compromise. Author of 45 books, former exec, Nebula Award nominee, poor. Interests: future, science, tech, ethics, nature, cooperatives

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