What level of wealth could be considered, comparable to the weathiest?
by receptionist 7 years ago
Do you think Shaq is a plus or a minus to the Boston Celtics???For weeks, free agent Shaquille O'Neal has made no secret about wanting to play for the Boston Celtics, while the C's have made it clear they wanted to add at least one more big man to the mix.
by emievil 9 years ago
Okay, I'm not really much on how many followers / fans I have. I'm just contented with letting the number go up at its leisure .But just lately, I noticed something. I get 2 new followers, then I lost one follower. This has been going on like since the first week of this new year. Just today I got...
by Maddie Ruud 9 years ago
Hello, my darling hubbers. Just a quick update to let you know why I've been MIA recently... I've been cruising the Caribbean! As proof (or maybe just to make those of you experiencing below-freezing temperatures jealous), here is a shot of me on the beach in St. Maarten:(Sorry about...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Wealthiest Americans have 288 times net worth of typical familyBy Tami Luhby | CNNMoney.com The wealth gap between the richest Americans and the typical family more than doubled over the past 50 years.In 1962, the top 1% had 125 times the net worth of the median household. That shot up to 288...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
Do you believe in the premise that the world belongs to the wealthy, smartest, and most powerful?
by Maddie Ruud 11 years ago
I apologize to all my hubber buddies... I've been busy with weddings and my internship at Ask E. Jean. How's everyone been?
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