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Aug 21, 2014 4:15AM
As always, the first responder to this question is a communist moron who hallucinates people need permission from the government to earn money.  Even though his parasite lifestyle is paid for by others.  How about you occupiers pay your fair share in taxes.  how?  Start by getting a job, losers.  Got a computer?  A phone?, Earth shoes and sustainable drool cup?  Did the government choose those for you, or did they GIVE you money with which you purchased them?  If people wish to buy a car, and if they work and earn the money to do so...NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS.  They will sell those (eventually) for a profit, which will be taxed and taxed again.  Which, of course, will pay for your lifestyle.  Bit the hand that feeds you, Morons.
Aug 22, 2014 4:14AM
Beautiful cars! To all the jealous haters you should learn to enjoy things such as a beautiful car and not worry about the guy who had pay big bucks to buy it.  I have found that whether its a nice car or a nice Rolex or a nice boat etc. that the time before owning them was more fun than when you get them. I know this sound strange to some. But desire of something is sometimes better  than having it. If you really need to be jealous and envious be envious for good health a loving spouse a happy family this is what matters. I know I can buy more things but I can't buy good health!            
Aug 27, 2014 4:07AM

Money can't buy you happiness but it sure can rent you some good times.

God bless these people for being able to enjoy their money the way they do. I guess it all depends on where your position is in society.

My wife and I always enjoy going to classic car shows, Last year she bought me a 1968 ford ranchero for $3000. I've been putting money into it ever since. By the time I'm done with it I will have about $15,000 into it ( which is just about top dollar of what the car would be worth in mint condition ). not including the man hours. The price I'll get in enjoyment showing it ? Priceless.

My point ? I'm not rich and I'm not poor but there is some common ground amongst all classes of people.

Aug 21, 2014 5:20AM
Hmm..the last time a saw collector cars soaring in value were the years right before the market crash of 2008.  I love cars,but would never pay these outrageous prices for anything on wheels. The show goes on...
Aug 22, 2014 6:38AM
Maybe rather than complaining, if you're too poor to afford what you want, maybe you should stop reproducing.  Don't breed what you can't feed.

As for the rest of us, we should be able to enjoy the rewards of our choice for making the right decisions in life.
Aug 21, 2014 5:25AM
Enjoyed your reply ivy8mush. Socialist envy is what causes wars. In regards to the article; I love the earlier, round Ferraris, but hated them when they all got wedge shaped, absurdly complex, and grandma easy to drive. Enzo Ferrari was a jerk, but he sure knew how to make a good looking car.
Aug 21, 2014 5:44AM
Let's look at it in real terms ,you buy it and show everyone you've got it and that's it , the ferrari has a thing for , being feminine in it care , i had one for a year and found each and every time i turned it over the fear of what's going to break this time always rushed thru my mind . talking to other owners seemed not to be the case since their's were never driven, but sat in the prominent spot , some even with covers . 
Then i bought a Porsche 911 Targa Carrera in '86 that now has 265,000 and it's still taking me everywhere i point it . I've replaced the cluch ,all the oil lines ,cleaned the injectors , put the whale T table on it , rub the seats down with leather juice , adjust the valves when the oil is changed , never fold the top because it has that prominent spot in the garage and whenever i tool around town the comment's are the same , " What year ? Your kidding , it looks new ."  
Aug 22, 2014 6:33AM
I don't own a Ferrari, but my car is nice enough.  Part of the fun is all the jealous people who hate you for having something nicer than what they got.
Aug 27, 2014 12:52PM
Good grief! Why whine about what other people spend? Rare things bring money! Got a letter from George Washington? Probably worth $50,000.00. What? For a piece of paper? Yea, because he can't write any more of them!
Aug 21, 2014 9:41AM
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