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Here's an idea, have Doug provide the same service for Mr Madoff
He should feel lucky to get 5 bucks.
You need Satellite TV to demonstrate the home theater works??? Is the DVD player broken? Or didn't the $100,000 model come with one?
Who do these guys think they are?
Mr Reynold's could apply for TARP Funds
knowing these clowns and also the bank exec's who accepted bail out money have to live "more" like the rest of us chumps....
I live by myself and live on under $200 a month for food and still buy my food from coops and farmers markets and eat well.
The dude could be a garbage collector or stock grocery shelves as they provide both the health benefits the dude needs.
I'll bet a month's worth of groceries that the divorce is for financial reasons and somehow creates a tax shelter for his wife or protects something that the courts won't be able to touch.
No,you can't have more of the money that you stole. Just think,you may have to live in just 1 house. Scary,ain't it?
I'm sure with all this publicity clients are lining up.
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