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Rich Arseholes

Look out for bad guys on the make

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In the oft misquoted Bible passage, we learn that ‘It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to enter heaven.’ That sounds like an awful indictment of wealth, but it is out of context. And as preachers of the prosperity gospel will tell you, there would have been no good samaritan if the good samaritan was broke.




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Nasar Karim

Nasar Karim

BSc Psychology. Writer. Dreamer. Poet. Addicted to risk.

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