Austerity Pro Tip #3: Hope for reincarnation

October 9, 2012

When the CEOs of banks lose hundreds of millions of dollars in other people’s money and suddenly don’t have enough to pay their debts, the government bails them out, and they go on holiday in Tahiti to celebrate.

When a normal person loses his job and suddenly doesn’t have money to pay the bank, he also loses his house, and goes back to living with his parents.

If you become a Hindu, you can hope to someday be reincarnated as the CEO of a bank.

Maybe just become a Hindu.

More pro tips? Or how about random thoughts?

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