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Oct 24, 2012 12:38PM
Aug 31, 2012 10:51AM
total lack of humanity is demonstrated by the real Christian values of most of these super rich. I bet they are voting for another tax cut so they can afford their water bill. Most of us could sure use the same help. (I worked 2-3 jobs all my life and still get ridicule for taking medicare and social security.)your shameless flaunting of wealth is called biggotry and gluttany. You voting for more advantage is just plain sickning. God help you.
May 29, 2012 11:36AM
hey peaple when you h ave thepool there put some thing over it
May 29, 2012 8:56AM
I try to read a large number of comments before I comment and I see a l majority of people thinking that people with money can stop hunger and poverty... I believe that if you work hard and want to have a pool its your right,I imagine that some people just don't show their wealth for this reason....we all have the same chance people to own a pool. If you spent more time being productive instead of cynical and jealous and bitching about  good fortune and hard work.
May 29, 2012 7:46AM

*Cool Pools Into Which You'll Want to Jump

It's 2012, stop ending sentences in prepositions.

May 1, 2012 6:52AM
more people are explointing welfare than wealth, only they more than likely worked for their wealth. Good for them.
May 1, 2012 5:47AM

Always say, wealth is not well distributed.  Lots of people go hungry and not because they don't want to work.  Just too much for some and none for LOTS of others.

Mar 17, 2012 5:56PM
Jan 17, 2012 9:31PM
Beautiful. If one has the money to afford such a luxurious home with a beautiful pool, then okay. I sometimes wonder if I had such money, would I buy such a huge home with an inside pool. If others could enjoy it, that would make it better. I do, however, also wonder if it is really worth the benefit to pay for the maintenance of the pool and everything that goes with it. With so many people homeless, without employment, and health benefits, would it be better to take the money it costs to have the pool and help underserved people in the U.S. and abroad? So many people have so much square footage of house, which they actually use very little of it on a day to day basis. What is the benefit of having such a luxurious home with a pool and nobody hardly uses it? How about busing in some underserved/needy children or families to enjoy the property as a get-away? Some people could never even dream of living in such luxury. No guilt, just humility and gratitude for being financially blessed. Is it a blessing?
Jan 17, 2012 8:26PM
The pools are beautiful.  Lionfan-I applaud you for working your 50-60 hours per week.  Why feel bad for the guy who doesn't?  Maybe he/she is disabled or simply unemployable for some reason.  Rejoice in your ability to work.  Please do not be critical of those who cannot. 
Jan 17, 2012 7:50PM
I'm just going to write a check for the pool. Hope it doesn't bounce?
i'm my dreams......ahhhhhhhhhhhh how wonderful.
Jan 17, 2012 6:20PM
Again lifes not fair, deal with it. If it truly bothers you stop complaining and do something about it. I however am perfectly content to enjoy the fruits of my labor. If I work 50-60 hours a week, why then must I feel bad for someone who does not work at all?
Jan 17, 2012 6:18PM
These pools are great! Not sure what all the fuss is about.

Did you ever think about the people who were employed to build these pools? Or the houses they are in?  If I had the money I'd build one myself and hire all my friends in the construction business who are right now sitting around doing nothing because they have no work. After it was done, I'd invite them all over for a big pool party!
Jan 17, 2012 5:37PM

just wondering who paid for this nice pools, on the backs of some poor family trying to get ahead enough to make their rent, food or medicine. I don't mind people having things nice . When people who are working for some of these people tell them they are asking to much for a wage increase when they are lucky to make ends meet. i have seen this before.  Pretty pools inside, kind of reminds me of the Roman Empire


Jan 17, 2012 5:18PM
These seem to be wonderful pools and places to live, but has anyone thought about the actual cost to the culture and person living there? What are they trying to prove? The money was used to pursue the occupants personal vanity and they failed to consider the reality of the lives of others around them. How can the occupants find solace in their perfect lives when others lack?  It looks like these places could support a greater good of many people and their families by housing, rest , exercise, and fellowship. How many people could have health insurance if this place was never built and the economic resources retasked? What happens to the depth of a soul when they fail to consider their social context? It is very wonderful, but it seems also a gross show....   
Jan 17, 2012 4:44PM
I agree with the ladyoverthirtyfive's comments. Very poignant and illuminating comments.
Jan 17, 2012 4:43PM
thank you Brian B for your comment of me, and I appreciate you so much. you are respectable guy :)
Jan 17, 2012 4:41PM
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