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Monday, May 19, 2014

CBS: AT&T to buy DirecTV for $48.5 billion

Well, I suspect that could mean that when turning on your TV, opulence may no longer fill your living room. That 'expensive' word is taken from the Direct TV commercial which aired a while back and suggested you could get all you could ever want out of your goggle box as a subscriber to their service.

We are so hooked on that tube for our entertainment we like to get out of it as much as we can. It would be too bad if you no longer were able to enjoy the riches you initially subscribed to. We will have to wait and see. It is all up in the air.

You can always decide to suit actions to words and ensure you will be rolling around in opulence for the rest of your life. In case you wonder how, you may want to have a few words with the person who filed a CNN: $2 undecillion lawsuit.

I didn't even know that word existed in our vocabulary. Undecillion means a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 36 zeros. In this lawsuit it means a 2 followed by so many zeros that it makes your head spin. I would already be more than happy with 1% of undecillion.

Speaking of an expensive word, this sure is worth its weight in gold!



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