I would argue that it’s not so much where you were born but how much character and pluck you have . Inherited wealth is a mixed blessing and doesn’t seem to bring as much happiness as you’d imagine. Even in farming. A friend of mine gave his son 50% ownership of the farm when the boy was around 22. He went from weekly salary to owning a million dollar plus operation and his spending went through the roof-machinery they don’t need, registered cows rather than commercial. the list is endless The father can’t retire as planned ‘cause the son can’t cope with the expanded farm alone, and pretty soon theyare going to lose this farm to the debt burden created by the son and his non- working spendthrift wife. Too much, too soon, too easy.too sad.Bullshyte
The accident of birth is where 90% of your luck is made or not whether you will inherit wealth or a slum hole in calcutta
Geez, what is it with people being jealous of others foresight to multi task, invest etc...
Is trying to get a little grip on the adverse pressures we all face through diversification really so bad if it can generate the alleged passive income
To me, people who bitch about it through nothing more than jealousy, should IMHO, stop moaning about it - get off their arses and do something about it for themselves like others are / have been doing in order to have this.
None of us are born closed books, but you can allow yourself to be if one choses - some however, look beyond today and try to make things happen for themselves in the future, which to me is the difference between leaders and followers.
If you are in any job and cannot make it pay what you desire, either step out or change your direction and add some diversification - then you can have the same benefits as others - but it is a choice.
To make them fat or unhealthy, I guess - seems to work well for people and cattle in that respect, so why not their dogs as well?Why would you feed a dog cereals?
When the OH was a kid back home in nz. Her old man had cut up some possum to give to the cats and left it in the fridge. Mother in law thought it was rabbit and cooked it up for tea. Didn’t do her any harm!!!!!To make them fat or unhealthy, I guess - seems to work well for people and cattle in that respect, so why not their dogs as well?
Gives the vets something to do...
The best working dog tucker around is possum, followed closely by ram mutton - sh!t it makes them shine, and maintain good condition while working hard.
You can definitely tell the difference between rabbit and possum - but I'd not turn down either.When the OH was a kid back home in nz. Her old man had cut up some possum to give to the cats and left it in the fridge. Mother in law thought it was rabbit and cooked it up for tea. Didn’t do her any harm!!!!!
A little more clinical than that!