For those of you who enjoy brief, incriminating statements demystifying your hunches that some of the wealthiest citizens of this country lack sensitivity toward the poor, this one's for you. (And I stress that this is brief, so you can decide for yourself whether it's worth it to sit through a three minute Zoloft commercial.) Though, keep in mind, after Ann thoughtlessly uttered these words, she went on to say the way she measures richness "is by the friends I have and the loved ones I have and the people I care about in my life." So really, a better approach would have been to skip the speech altogether and instead hand out free copies of Chicken Soup For The Soul.

"Here today and gone tomorrow." Because when that hat goes around, you never know how many ten percent chunks of 250 million dollars you're going to tithe.

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