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standard Robin Leach is Not Dead Yet

Those readers of a certain age should remember the mid-1980s through the early 1990s television show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, hosted by a celebrity reporter turned media personality, Robin Leach. From the files of – “Are you sure he’s not dead?” – we have it on good authority that the man best known for celebrating wretched capitalistic excess with bombastic fervor recently turned up alive and well in, of course, Las Vegas.
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At 71 years of age, Leach decided to host a 30th reunion celebration of the original show. These days he spends his time in Sin City running an entertainment news website and doing charity work for Keep Memory Alive, an organization that researches neurocognitive disorders.
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standard The Swankonomics of Wealth

Is it moral to be wealthy? Abso-freaking-lutely. In fact, given the financial opportunities that still exist in America today, despite our political and economic leaders best attempts to eradicate, there’s no better place on earth to start from nowhere and get really stinkin’ rich. So what are Swankonomics™? These are the principles Jake Swank lives by. Why pay attention to him? Well, he has a swanky penthouse a stone’s throw from the Arizona State university campus for one.