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  • or the comments about going to the gym to watch all the ladies etc. and figuring out that was your dad talking.
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    Or your mom. I mean, it is 2019. NTTAWWT.

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    • personally, i’m surprised there were so many fans.

      the first ten posts were amusing.  the next hundred were borderline rude and insulting.  it’s not that he needed to be banned or anything, just that the shtick was tired (for me).

      if i were his wife, i would watch out as well.  i thought they were already at 6 million net worth in their late 30s/early 40s?   they are going to be tracking toward WCI type stratosphere if they keep it up.  sometimes you start intending to be anonymous but over the years, you relax and start revealing more and more.  suddenly not anonymous and the posts are saved forever.  if you expect WCI to continue to reach out, eventually someone in your hospital finds out and then boom.   hey did you know dr. fat little pig is worth 10 million and he’s fifty?  one rumor like that spreads like wildfire through the physician lounges.  i think spouse is very, very smart for limiting this.
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      Agree with the first half.  Always interesting to see what people find funny or impressive–it’s like when the bully at school calls someone fatso or stupid and everyone laughs like it’s the funniest thing ever.

      I wouldn’t be all that concerned about finding out someone is 50 (or whatever age) with NW of 10 million (or whatever).  I know people who have had family money from the start and it didn’t affect their work ethic as far as I could tell.  I don’t really care how much money any of my colleagues or friends have.  I’d be more concerned as a spouse about the kiddos coming across it and reading some of the harsher comments or the comments about going to the gym to watch all the ladies etc. and figuring out that was your dad talking.
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      Maybe it’s because i’m old.  . As i inch closer to retirement, i worry more about liability.  If there was a lawyer reading your posts and realized you had a net worth of 10 million, at what point do you become a deep enough pocket to pursue in a malpractice case?   I think most people carry 1/3 million in liability insurance.    I know the likelihood of a catastrophic suit is low, but i don’t want to be the exception to the rule.

      On a second note, i think if others find that out your net worth is 8 figures, every time you cough up twenty bucks for the hat that is passed being around, everyone eyes you as a cheapskate.  It’s not that i care about how much anyone has.  It’s more that once the rumors start, they spread uncontrolled and everyone starts hitting you up.  I personally prefer stealth.   Or even spending it before accumulating that kind of wealth  

      Jmo

      ymmv

       

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      • every time you cough up twenty bucks for the hat that is passed being around, everyone eyes you as a cheapskate.
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        They already think I'm a cheapskate when I cough up $0.

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        • every time you cough up twenty bucks for the hat that is passed being around, everyone eyes you as a cheapskate. 
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          They already think I’m a cheapskate when I cough up $0.
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          Do they know you are worth $10 million bucks?

           

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          • Do they know you are worth $10 million bucks?
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            They know I'm a physician and make the "big bucks".

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            • On a second note, i think if others find that out your net worth is 8 figures, every time you cough up twenty bucks for the hat that is passed being around, everyone eyes you as a cheapskate.  It’s not that i care about how much anyone has.
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              As I grow older and (perhaps?) a little wiser, I view being seen a cheapskate as a badge of honor. It has also become much easier to say “no, I can’t help right now” (whether it is money or being on a BOD). And, to tell the truth, time becomes increasingly more precious than money.

              But I’m nowhere near $10M. Perhaps if I were, I might have a different perspective ;-)
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              • @q-school,
                Whether it’s 6,7, or 8 figures everyone has a perception of the possible wealth. Stealth can deflate or inflate. I doubt you would need to worry about the $20 in the hat. I am sure the flash in the physicians lounge moves on to the next news flash.

                Your plan on spending it will spread quickly too! At least you can smile with your tan and name drop about the folks you ran into at that exclusive resort. I agree, it’s rude to flaunt success, no obligation to deny it.

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                • “They are in California. ?”
                  https://www.zillow.com/los-angeles-ca/%241-million_att/

                  I feel the pain.

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                  • I really appreciate some of the candor about Forum ban. It improves the experience for me to know that people who are contributing basically nothing can eventually be shown the door.
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                    If you like that you’ll love the way we run the FB group. It’s pretty much one strike you’re out over there. It’s a pretty liberal policy over here.
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                    I can only imagine.

                    My guess is way more trolling and solicitation there.

                    Honestly after 2016 I cut my fb use back to the bare minimum. There are a few annoying things (groups) that basically require me to be on it as that's the only way they do biz otherwise I'd probably delete my account.

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                    • People generally use their real name on Facebook rather than Snag75.

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                      Hey, that's Dr. Snag75 to you.  His great grandfather, Jebediah Snag75, had the name shortened from Snag75postsalot when the family emigrated over in 1872.

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