LED Signage Has Made Me Filthy Rich

I am, by all standards, an extremely wealthy individual. You may yourself be comfortable, financially speaking, but compared to me you would probably feel like a third world pauper. To give you an idea of how much money I have, let me tell you this: I spent the average American’s yearly wages on car insurance, to cover only one sixteenth of the luxury automobiles that I own. I am in the top one percent of the top one percent of the world. Some words or phrases that you might use to describe my lifestyle are upper crust, gentry, ultra-choice, crème de la crème and more. I live in a neighborhood so exclusive that if a person goes missing, the police have to get at least 51 percent of the residents to sign a petition, in order for anyone to be allowed to come in and investigate. I have four beautiful girlfriends. One in Canada, one in Italy and two in New Jersey. They only wear the finest silk clothes. I only want the best for my wives. If I get a flat tire I just leave my car in the nearest ditch and call for a new one. I refuse to reuse anything twice because it is a sign of weakness. I have a hat that cost seventy thousand dollars and after I wore it only once, I threw it in my custom fireplace in my room. Did you know there is a kind of cheese that cost seven hundred dollars an ounce? There is and I have four kilos of it just rotting away in my refrigerator right now. Ask me how, I’ll give you a hint: LED displaysLED displays.

Now, that you have a better idea of just how wealthy I am, I’m sure you want to know how I got to be so rich, and I am going to tell you with pleasure. I did it by becoming a kingpin in the world of LED displays. I have an almost mafia-like stronghold of all the LED curtains and LED walls in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and Miami. My yearly revenues are outrageous. In fact, the government has accused me of running a monopoly and has been trying to chop me apart for the last decade, but I stay a step ahead of the game. I have an entire law firm dedicated to keeping me on top, no matter what. It’s like I always say, “You know who doesn’t like guns, the guy who doesn’t have one when he has one pointed at him.” You know who doesn’t like monopolies? The guy who doesn’t have complete control of one.” That’s my view on that. I keep it real simple; If you want to be rich, that’s normal. If you want to be as rich as me, that’s greedy. The best advice I can give you is to try and dominate a certain market to the point that you have no competition at all, and then just keep on climbing up from there. Maybe one day, you will be in the top one percent of the top one percent too.