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Two Dudes On Their Computers Perfectly Capture What Having A Billion Dollars Would Be Like

It's tough for me to genuinely comprehend a billion dollars. We can throw the word around, but a little demonstration using more tangible increments really puts that kinda cash in perspective. In the same country where hundreds of thousands of people are living paycheck to paycheck or can't afford to pay rent, there are simultaneously a handful of billionaires who could buy the most expensive car on the market and not find the dent it put in their bank account. Caution: A bit of NSFW language.

Two Dudes On Their Computers Perfectly Capture What Having A Billion Dollars Would Be Like

On a side note, I really like this guy's decisions as an imaginary billionaire. "Lemme buy a normal-price Lamborghini for like ... five of my friends." If you ask me, buying outrageously expensive cars is what being a good friend is all about.

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Eviction seemed imminent for Dasha Kelly, 32, and her three young daughters Sharron, 8; Kia, 6; and Imani, 5, on Monday. The eviction moratorium expired over the weekend and it looked like there was no way for them to avoid becoming homeless.

The former Las Vegas card dealer lost her job due to casino closures during the pandemic and needed $2,000 to cover her back rent. The mother of three couldn't bear the thought of being put out of her apartment with three children in the scorching Nevada desert.

"I had no idea what we were going to do," Kelly said, according to KOAT.

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