An ad in The Economist, directly appealing to the 1% and how hard they work.

An ad in The Economist, directly appealing to the 1% and how hard they work.

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    From the creators of Patron, located in Las Vegas, NV. A city known for catering almost exclusively to spending money in...
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    They have excellent in depth articles, but I agree that there is a heavy slant for free market/free enterprise...
  6. docksandmarinas reblogged this from cognitivedissonance and added:
    Also apparently these people have exactly 14.4 minutes of free time per day. Being rich is hard!
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    I fucking loathe the Economist, greedy, planet-raping power hungry apologista that it is. don’t even get me started on...
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    Just about every ad in The Economist is this one. Legit. Andrew and I received a subscription as a wedding present and...
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    They actually took this ad from my typical pick up line at the bar: “Congratulations. You’re part of the 1%. Which means...
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