Sunday, April 22, 2007


Tonight I happened by the parking lot of the Goodwill store when returning from celebration of a birthday with great friends. The parking lot was empty. What took my attention was the black color of the pavement in the parking spaces. Motor oil. Lots of it having dripped out of engines in need of some TLC.

The relationship between the amount of motor oil dripped on the pavement and the net worth of the customer base must be in direct correlation. That said, I know plenty of millionaires who shop there as well and drive some very nice rigs. I know. I manage their money.

Another reason how the rich get and stay wealthy.

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