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A million dollar fender bender? 

Yes, a one million dollar fender bender at the Monte Carlo Casino.

Making jobs for everyone!?

Call me a heretic, fire up the kindling and ready the stake, but I’d say this particular item — which I’ll readily hold up my hands and admit hit a nerve — is a peculiarly apt metaphor for what’s gone wrong with the economy today: the super-rich, whose gains reflect little social value creation, have gotten richer — and are hyperconsuming the stuff of idle, yawning luxury with an appetite that makes Caligula look like a blushing bride. – Umair Haque: How Our Economy Was Overrun by Monsters and What to Do About It