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    Just saw an article pop up on my Google feed...

    Cardi B just spent $80,000 on diamonds for her BABY!!! She said "If I'm gonna be blinged out, so is my baby".

    Just imagine all the meals that could have provided, or shelter for people in need, or, well any number kind, charitable contributions that could have been made. But, nope, apparently $80K in diamonds for a baby is more important. Uggggh.

    Anyway, just thought this was relevant to share based on our conversation yesterday.

    Hope I didn't derail this awesome thread!!!!
    ...life is beautiful...

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    That is the coolest thing ever!!! So what did the wife do that was so bad?
    Lots of pets, all loved and well-cared for: 2 BP's, 1 ratsnake, 1 panther chameleon, 2 ferrets, 1 hedgehog, 2 cats, 1 dog, and a chicken.

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    Way cool, man. Thank you very much for sharing.
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    Re: Elvaston Castle graveyard

    Quote Originally Posted by FollowTheSun View Post
    That is the coolest thing ever!!! So what did the wife do that was so bad?
    Thanks, she slept around while the master was away and he found out

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    You have some very intriguing & beautiful places...I love the contrast between the old knarly trees that do as they please and the precise flower gardens that
    -with so much skill & talent applied- "behave". In the first photo group, where does that almost-covered over doorway lead to? that's where I want to go...

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    Re: Elvaston Castle graveyard

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    You have some very intriguing & beautiful places...I love the contrast between the old knarly trees that do as they please and the precise flower gardens that
    -with so much skill & talent applied- "behave". In the first photo group, where does that almost-covered over doorway lead to? that's where I want to go...
    That's the family crypt, I'd like to look in there too, the coffins are all on different shelves in there,
    I think the old gnarly yew trees where once full yew(taxus) hedges clipped to immaculate shapes, just been lost over the past few hundred years
    The old walled garden was once the kitchen garden that grew all the vegetables for the house
    There's some loverly old gnarly mulberry trees just outside of entrance to the walled garden that taste delicious in autumn if you get them before the birds and squirrels
    There are actually grass snakes (natrix ) in the grounds but never seen any yet

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    Angry Re: Elvaston Castle graveyard

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    Just saw an article pop up on my Google feed...

    Cardi B just spent $80,000 on diamonds for her BABY!!! She said "If I'm gonna be blinged out, so is my baby".

    Just imagine all the meals that could have provided, or shelter for people in need, or, well any number kind, charitable contributions that could have been made. But, nope, apparently $80K in diamonds for a baby is more important. Uggggh.

    Anyway, just thought this was relevant to share based on our conversation yesterday.

    Hope I didn't derail this awesome thread!!!!
    I agree, stooopid, senseless, selfish, narcissistic, a total waste, way over the top, etc.

    There may be other people that think about world hunger when they hear about large snake collections, large Auto collections, or spending obscene amounts of money for professional sports teams.

    But hey, this is America; Freedom, that’s what makes this country great and the most coveted country on earth. I’ll take Freedom any day over any other place in the world.
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    The one thing I found that you can count on about Balls is that they are consistent about their inconsistentcy.

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