Date registered: Aug 2005
Vehicle: '94 E320 Coupe W124 (RIP) - '75 280S W116 - '11 Honda Accord Coupe V6 6-Spd (DD)
Location: Saddle River, Bergen County, New Jersey
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And there's a border line. When I mean "lil rich kids with BMs, Audis, hummers, Range Rovers, MBs and their parents helping them," I mean by new autos. Yes, parents buying their kids a new E46 M3, or an S4, an H2, a Range Rover Supercharged sport with 22 Lowenharts, a new C55 AMG...
I'm talking about a car that costs nearly 3-4 times less initially and is a car that I can actually afford with my hard work.
Alright, so I am talking down to those "lil rich kids." But you know what (and I know I've commented on certain generalizations that I don't like), here's a generalization that's true and is of simple logic.
and am I jealous of others fortune and wealth, no...but its the amount of carelessness that brings out the negativity whcih triggers the most attention.
Kid is born in rich famly who owns large empire. Kid grows up spoiled, and thinks that everything can be done for him/her by means of money and parents. Drops out of college because he thinks he has all the money in the world, thus not learning how to properly invest. His/her parents die. He/she spends all the family's fortune and brings the large empire down and leaves no future for himself/herself and their family if they have one.
I've seen and do currently see this happening right before my eyes, and my defense was to separate those who ruin their own lives. Does everyone follow this criterion and generalization? As proven, there are exceptions, so no. We're human beings, and we're all shallow minded to some point.