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    A few years old and that's not Jamie Dimon, but so classic . I love when gold diggers get shut down like that. Restores balance to the universe.

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    yeah it's old but it still get's me every time

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    The CEO of JP Morgan is making ALOT more than 500k. At least 10X that......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bagelred
    The CEO of JP Morgan is making ALOT more than 500k. At least 10X that......
    10x that is only 5 million.

    Counting stock options and other bonuses I would be amazed if jamie dimon was making less than 100 million a year.

    Edit: I looked it up and he is only making 27.5 million a year. Makes sense now that I think about it. He is only the CEO and not a major shareholder

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    Quote Originally Posted by MavsSuperFan
    10x that is only 5 million.

    Counting stock options and other bonuses I would be amazed if jamie dimon was making less than 100 million a year.

    Edit: I looked it up and he is only making 27.5 million a year. Makes sense now that I think about it. He is only the CEO and not a major shareholder
    Yeah, I was being ultra conservative with 5 mil/year. I didn't want the trolls to come back and say I overstated the number. Point is....he makes a lot of money. 500k is nothing.....

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    I remembered this as being funnier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefthook00
    A few years old and that's not Jamie Dimon, but so classic . I love when gold diggers get shut down like that. Restores balance to the universe.

    And yet, practically every day there's a man somewhere making over 500k who makes a bad/hasty marriage decision and ends up losing half his fortune.

    Gold digging has survived as the world's oldest profession for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolball#52
    And yet, practically every day there's a man somewhere making over 500k who makes a bad/hasty marriage decision and ends up losing half his fortune.

    Gold digging has survived as the world's oldest profession for a reason.
    Prostitution is the oldest profession, which is completely finE, not dirty schemes like gold digging. You think a girl would get half back in the Middle Ages? Half a foot up her ass, maybe.

    And before tgat, eye for an eye was the rule of the day. If she gets half, I get to keep half her body. Fukk this bs

    Bottom part is all you need anyways, no bitching, and you can smooth out the torso and turn it into a surface to put your beer on. She can go become a fkin siren or something
    Last edited by macmac; 08-29-2013 at 03:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmac
    Prostitution is the oldest profession, which is completely finE, not dirty schemes like gold digging. You think a girl would get half back in the Middle Ages? Half a foot up her ass, maybe.

    And before tgat, eye for an eye was the rule of the day. If she gets half, I get to keep half her body. Fukk this bs

    Bottom part is all you need anyways, no bitching, and you can smooth out the torso and turn it into a surface to put your beer on. She can go become a fkin siren or something


    Not sure what this gibberish is supposed to mean, but marriage entitlements were stricter back in the "middle ages" not more lenient. First of all divorce was very rare because of the power of religious rule then, in fact for a long time (and even in America up until the 20th century) there were laws about even breaking off an engagement to a woman. If you proposed to a woman and then went back on it you could be convicted of a crime.

    And yes, prostitution is gold digging. You think any of these prostitutes wouldn't RATHER just marry some rich guy if they could instead of working as prostitutes??

    "I may be selling my body 15 times a night to strangers... but I'd never marry for money! That's beneath me..."


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    Put the details aside, what you’re trying to do is an exchange of “beauty” and “money” : Person A provides beauty, and Person B pays for it, fair and square.
    Women have always looked to marry into wealth... I'm reading some Jane Austen novels and that was a bigger part of society in 18th century England than it is now..

    Men want beauty.. Women want stability...

    I think the issue now is that "gold diggers" arent known to fulfill their end of the bargain (bearing kids mostly)

    also, men with money dont value the "traditional family" setup as much it seems they did in the past..

    any relationship is doomed if you look at it as a business proposition.. It will only last as long it benefits the person, then they'll renege on the bargain..

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolball#52
    Not sure what this gibberish is supposed to mean, but marriage entitlements were stricter back in the "middle ages" not more lenient. First of all divorce was very rare because of the power of religious rule then, in fact for a long time (and even in America up until the 20th century) there were laws about even breaking off an engagement to a woman. If you proposed to a woman and then went back on it you could be convicted of a crime.

    And yes, prostitution is gold digging. You think any of these prostitutes wouldn't RATHER just marry some rich guy if they could instead of working as prostitutes??

    "I may be selling my body 15 times a night to strangers... but I'd never marry for money! That's beneath me..."

    There are high class prostitutes that would rather not marry for money. At least not regular people money or even 500k money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolball#52
    Not sure what this gibberish is supposed to mean, but marriage entitlements were stricter back in the "middle ages" not more lenient. First of all divorce was very rare because of the power of religious rule then, in fact for a long time (and even in America up until the 20th century) there were laws about even breaking off an engagement to a woman. If you proposed to a woman and then went back on it you could be convicted of a crime.

    And yes, prostitution is gold digging. You think any of these prostitutes wouldn't RATHER just marry some rich guy if they could instead of working as prostitutes??

    "I may be selling my body 15 times a night to strangers... but I'd never marry for money! That's beneath me..."

    Lol I'm the one speaking gibberish? First of all, the saying is prostitution is the oldest profession, not gold digging. Prostitution is an exchange of service for money, gold diggin is a lifestyle or a state of mind. It's not a profession, it's a lifestyle created in the context of modern society.

    Second of all, what are you talking about with less lenient marriage engagements? Gold diggers are the ones divorcing and taking half you fkin idiot, what kind of stupid point are you trying to make? The women aren't even allowed to divorce if you beat them senseless. That's your argument for gold diggers being around since forever?

    Please in the future, refrain from communicating with me if you're in a state of full mental retardation

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmac
    Lol I'm the one speaking gibberish? First of all, the saying is prostitution is the oldest profession, not gold digging.

    Everyone knows the common phrasing that "prostitution is the world's oldest profession."

    That's why I substituted gold digging into it as a way of equating it to prostitution.

    Since THAT simple connection went over your head, I guess it's no surprise the rest did as well.

    And yes, they are the same thing. Using the appeal of your sexuality to get money from someone.

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