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New A story about discoveries of loyalty and wealth
7. What do you teach your own children about money?

My children are aware of our good fortune. Teaching them limits, however, is a work in progress. As my mother would say, \ufffdThey\ufffdre young yet.\ufffd But I lead by example: I drive a Honda and I\ufffdm certainly no slave to fashion. They see that my great indulgence is how I choose to spend my time doing what I love: writing.

From an interview with the author of [link|http://mortzachter.com/interview.htm|Dough: A Memoir] , who wasn't even aware his uncle was a millionaire.
New Interesting. OT, but...
My teenage years were spent living in the Lower East Side part of NYC. My mother, for a couple decades or so and till her dying day in 2002, lived on Second Avenue fairly close to "the Store". She was a customer.

Six degrees of separation and all that.

Nobody has a more sacred obligation to obey the law than those who make the law. -- Sophocles (496? - 406 BCE)
     A story about discoveries of loyalty and wealth - (Seamus) - (1)
         Interesting. OT, but... - (a6l6e6x)

Erm, jb......that already IS a Lerpadism.
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