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The world's richest woman, Australian mining tycoon Gina Rinehart, urged those "jealous" of the wealthy to "spend less time drinking" in a piece the government described as "insulting" on Thursday. Rinehart, whose family iron ore prospecting fortune of Aus$29.2 billion (US$30.1 billion) also makes her Australia's wealthiest person, hit out at those who she said were envious of the rich. Its easy to make money when you have money..
ItsmeDee ItsmeDee 41-45, F 15 Answers Aug 30, 2012 in Hobbies

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People who inherit great wealth do this sort of thing all the time. It's another sign of inbreeding.

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Gotta keep the blood blue..

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And those extra toes as well.

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She inherited all of that money from her father<br />
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Out of touch with the real world

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Fork um.

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perfect ;-)

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That's like Santa Clause telling you if you just wiggle your nose more you can fly up chimneys.

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Well if the govt described it as "Insulting" it must be true. Why would govt lie to us? Respectfully to elicit thought. :D

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With that money...a little bl<x>inkered

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Some people should know when to shut their pie-holes... obviously

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Somebody should tell her to push back from the table sooner.

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I agree but their are a few of us that will go out and attempt to bust our *** in vain to prove that woman wrong but in actuality she gave us negative encouragement.

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haha wow I just asked this question. Didn't see you put it up as well :)

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