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  • I'm going to start buddying up to every old person in my neighborhood.
  • I've always felt that if I were really rich and not too fond of the family, before I died, I'd pick 5 names at random out of the phone books that way they can just be surprised one day to get so much money from some insane old bitty they never met. And my dog. My dog would have enough money to pay a caretaker very generously and still have a comfortable allowance for toys and the good dog food.
  • It sounds like the niece is truly....BUTTHURTED
  • In his ruling today, Justice Richard White found that Mrs Gray - a wealthy Sydney University academic and barrister - was entitled to the estate

    Rich woman leaves estate to another rich woman. Heartwarming.
  • I read the whole freaking article and the last line is:

    "Keith Harris made his fortune making radios and televisions."

    THEEEE HARRIS RADIO? Are you kidding? Maybe they could have mentioned that one right up front.


    /best field radios ever
    //PRC 117F baby.
  • fusillade762: In his ruling today, Justice Richard White found that Mrs Gray - a wealthy Sydney University academic and barrister - was entitled to the estate

    Rich woman leaves estate to another rich woman. Heartwarming.


    If you ask me, both of them are a couple of rich coonts.
  • In the meantime, get off the lawn.

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  • Popcorn Johnny: I'm going to start buddying up to every old person in my neighborhood.


    An elderly woman on my street willed her house and possessions to a neighbor who helped her through her final years. Her final years lasted for fifteen, so choose wisely.
  • I thought my neighbors were the best ever.
    They go to Alabama and fish on the weekends during the spring and summer.
    Leave Thursday~get a cabin and come home early Sunday afternoon.
    They go immediately over to his dads house and filet every single fish they catch, and we always get one or two large Ziploc bags full of fish filets as a thank you for watching the house while they're gone.
    Sometimes it's Catfish or Crappie or even Sauger (sp?).
    We have one bag left in our freezer but they have a deep freeze full in their garage!
    Now I'm hungry.
  • This is why if you have any old wealthy relatives always make a point to visit and entertain them. Just because you think the money should be yours doesn't mean it is already and you should spend some time wit that aging person and get them to like you. I am always amazed at the number of stories or rich old people who never get visited by their children or grandchildren who seem to take it for granted that they will receive that money one day and seem to think they are entitled to it because of who they where born to.
  • FTA: The Gray's lived next door to Mrs Harris in Wyuna Road, Point Piper for 33 years, until she died on September 17, 2009 aged 95, a court heard..

    Not only do they misuse apostrophes but they have invented a new punctuation mark between "." and "..."
  • "The Grays would be surprised, (while) my family are waiting for me to die," Mrs Harris said.

    "I am determined that my relatives after what they have put me through will not get one cent."


    Good for her. Sounds like her relatives were a bunch of uncaring little bastages who didn't even check in on her and were just vulturing her.

    Fark 'em. And DOUBLE-Fark them for contesting. She has the right to leave her money to anyone she wants.
  • I was a cna in high school and helped in the "memory support wing" of the facility I worked for. Dementia and Alzheimer's are biatch diseases from hell. It was truly heart-wrenching to watch people slip in and out of their own minds and they things they said and did to their family members.

    Shower days were the worst. Guess how happy an old woman is to see you while she suddenly has no idea who you are and you're alone with her taking her shirt off or washing her hoohoo in a big scary bright white tiled shower room.

    /heart and gut wrenching
  • I just spent two weeks taking care of my 92 year old grandmother. She's got maybe a hundred grand and I don't want a penny. I'm 44 and my grams is still around and she might have a hard time getting around, she's pretty sharp. I hope she lives forever. My daughter is 10 and had a great-grandmother. One of a very few kids in her school that can say that. That's farking cool.

    Nothing to do with TFA and, yea... I've had a few drinks, but I love my gam-gam.

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    /seriously though, love my grams!
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    ardently wishes he'd had that choice.
  • SwiftFox: FTA: The Gray's lived next door to Mrs Harris in Wyuna Road, Point Piper for 33 years, until she died on September 17, 2009 aged 95, a court heard..

    Not only do they misuse apostrophes but they have invented a new punctuation mark between "." and "..."


    I see you found this paragraph's missing period:

    The Grays helped Mrs Harris pay her bills, organise her car registration and the reinvestment of her money Mrs Gray's late husband also helped Mrs Harris to replace light bulbs and wheel out her recycling bin.
  • About 10 houses down from my folks, a 28ish and single brunette would give this then 15yr old oral favors in exchange for around the house tasks. Lasted about a year. She was a good neighbor.
  • fusillade762: In his ruling today, Justice Richard White found that Mrs Gray - a wealthy Sydney University academic and barrister - was entitled to the estate

    Rich woman leaves estate to another rich woman. Heartwarming.


    I guess it's slightly better than leaving your estate to your dog.

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    "I leave all my riches to my little dog Foofy. Oh and p.s. phark POOR PEOPLE!!"
  • It'll be a nice addition to neighbors $12 million dollar home.
  • There's absolutely no reason for a wealthy person to be shipped off to a nursing home by anyone. You can hire in 24/7 skilled nursing care into their home if needed (and a security guard to watch the care givers to make sure they don't rip off the place).
  • gadian: I've always felt that if I were really rich and not too fond of the family, before I died, I'd pick 5 names at random out of the phone books that way they can just be surprised one day to get so much money from some insane old bitty they never met. And my dog. My dog would have enough money to pay a caretaker very generously and still have a comfortable allowance for toys and the good dog food.


    Pick 8 people and you've got a movie.
    If I had a Million
  • weave: There's absolutely no reason for a wealthy person to be shipped off to a nursing home by anyone. You can hire in 24/7 skilled nursing care into their home if needed (and a security guard to watch the care givers to make sure they don't rip off the place).


    It's a lot cheaper to have in home care than to go into a home too.
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