Well, sure: it's the best movie made in my lifetime.
2. You make over $100,000 per year and still can’t afford a house.
10. Gas costs $1.00 per gallon more than anywhere else in the USA.
I'm with them on four out of the six.
The first half of the piece discusses some of the difficulties of trying to establish residency abroad. (Ignore the second half.)
"Can holding in your urine really give you blood clots? Only sometimes."
I agree: it's your fault, mom.
The economy must be great for some people.
"'I’d be bored just owning a regular car,' says Michael Fux, 72, who has six custom-colored Rolls-Royces.
More on the car-customization requirements of wealthy individuals here: "These guys drop thousands on custom cars for ultimate ego boost".
Amazon, under Bezos, keeps rolling along.
He’s got every reason to cha-cha. More has gone right for Bezos lately than perhaps at any other time during his two-decade run in the public eye. His company is expanding internationally and spreading its hydra-headed product and service offerings in unexpected new directions. Bezos, too, is evolving. Always a fierce competitor and stern taskmaster, he has begun to show another side. With the Post, he’s taken a seat at the civic-leadership table. And with his various projects Bezos is also becoming known as a visionary on topics beyond dreaming up new ways to gut the profit margins of Amazon’s many foes.