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For most of you out there, I know it’s hard — what do you do with your time?
Your two personal assistants pick up your dry cleaning, buy your groceries, and pay your bills.
Your house manager oversees the grass cutting, lightbulb changing, and maintenance to the pool and jacuzzi.
Your housekeeper makes sure the place stays orderly, including your growing collection of antiques filling up one of your guest house’s spare rooms.
Your money manager oversees your finances, including your thirteen investments and seven accounts.
Your car service takes care of transpo…
Your private chef prepares your meals, and the dog walker wrangles your furry friends.
Still, where does all the time go? And what should you do with the extras?
You’ve got the wine tasting Saturday night…the charity ball in three weeks…
The biweekly massage…
But otherwise, you’ve got an empty calendar slot or twenty-three.
Maybe you’ll jet over to the Capitol, get arrested. Can the limousine pick you up at 11? Is the Presidential Suite at the Four Seasons available?
Text PA#1; they’ll arrange for bail. Where’s PA#2? They have your phone…
Wait! There’s something more important.
Let everyone out there know what they should be doing with their diamonds.
The Smiths and Joneses of the world are probably being completely unethical with their ice. All their gold, too.
Together, we can make a difference:
— Jane Seymour Fonda (@Janefonda) February 10, 2020
What goes on in the mind of these people who have not stepped out of their echo chamber their entire life, is fascinating.
They honestly believe that wearing the right type of jewelry makes them sound virtuous. Unbelievable.
— Jon Saxon (@jonsaxon67) February 11, 2020
— Valiant_defender ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #ReinstateRobynGritz (@vabelle2010) February 12, 2020
— Ron Coleman (@RonColeman) February 11, 2020
Ethically harvested gold and diamonds: For when you want to show off how rich and entitled you are, but you also want to mega virtue signal to poor people about it online. 👌🏻
— Mindy Robinson for Congress NV03 🇺🇸 (@iheartmindy) February 11, 2020
Can’t argue with this one:
Sting sang of Fields of Gold. Must be true then.
— charlie croft (@pairasteps) February 12, 2020
My diamonds are my kids, whose college education I have to pay for. Sorry but not all of us fly around on private jets, can afford hundreds of thousands in jewelry, and ocean front homes.
— Grace in Your Face 🙏🏼❤️🇺🇸 (@MediumGrace) February 11, 2020
I have had three children. A tiny bit of pee just leaked out from LMAO!
— Alli (@Alli48187) February 12, 2020
Did she wear Pomellato when she visited Hanoi?
— Terry LEO (Ret) (@editor_wp) February 12, 2020
I’m only eating filet mignon that comes from an animal that was read bedtime stories at night and kissed on the forehead when it went to sleep, before it was killed.
— Justin (@DimWittyNYC) February 12, 2020
This was the funniest commentary on this tweet that I’ve seen all day. https://t.co/CBd6o88lel
— Gord🇨🇦 (@G0RD73) February 12, 2020
Oh, the sacrifice and setting such an example that is SO much better than the rest of us…said no one ever.😒
— DespicableKLC🇺🇸 (@conrepklc66) February 12, 2020
— Red Dot in a Blue Dot in a Red State (@reddotinaustin) February 11, 2020
WTF is a sustainable diamond?
— TootingWarrior (@packetsniffer99) February 11, 2020
The level of self congratulatory, narcissistic elitism of this tweet is breathtaking.
— Equalist not Feminist (@POd_Cdn) February 11, 2020
A certain ginger libertarian one-upped her:
So relatable. I for one harvest my own gold and sustainable diamonds with my bare hands so check mate Jane.
— The Red-Headed Libertarian ™ (@TRHLofficial) February 11, 2020
Someone did their homework and blew me away:
The gold is from rainbows and the diamonds are farted out of unicorn butts…
— 💋 Truth First 💋 (@TruthFirst14) February 12, 2020
How much energy was wasted to hold the self-congratulatory smug-fest? Travel, lights, cameras, sound, labor to produce the outfits, swag bags, after parties, the travel of all those behind the scenes… You're all hypocrites. Be sure to fly back to DC for your next protest.
— PetsareNOTdisposable⭐⭐⭐ (@LrElias3) February 11, 2020
Oh well; you can’t win ’em all.
At least there’s this bit of leadership by example:
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