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Dude Explains On Twitter That Billionaires' Humble 'Garage Stories' Are All A Bunch Of BS

As Americans, we're all probably pretty familiar with the "garage" success story in which successful billionaires started out working in humble conditions, such as in a basement or garage until they made it big. This Twitteruser brought up an interesting different viewpoint!

This thread is pretty eye-opening, but we certainly don't want to dominate the discussion here - what do you all think? Are billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobs self-made? Or did they receive a little more help than the rest of us along the way?

Twitter thread about billionaires and where they got their wealth from
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32 Amusing Comics From The Adventures of Business Cat

What if your cat were a billionaire playboy businessman? This comic pairs the antics of house cats with the life of successful professionals. The results are hilarious. 

Funny collection of web comics about a cat who is a business man. Adventures of Business Cat.
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win clever signs from employees at going out of business Australian retailer Dick Smith
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Australian Electronics retailer, Dick Smith, is closing all it's stores by the end of this month. 

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The enterprising folks behind "Same Ole Line Dudes" have created a very clever buisness of standing in line for other people for $25/hour. They'll wait in line for you to get an iPhone, go to a Broadway show, or any number of other things.

The company's founder recently spent 48 hours first in line for a new iPhone for someone, made $1000, and had pizza delivered to his spot.


I don't know about you, but I'm pretty sure I just found my next gig.