The Credit Card That Costs $50,000

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  1. @DNN and @Gene – the answer is simple; so they can say “look at my $50k credit card.”

    why would anyone buy a $50k handbag? so when they go to parties, the other guests say “oh look, so-and-so has a chanel/gucci/hermes handbag that costs $50 grand.”

  2. Probably the same reason someone would pay a lot of money for those blockchain paintings! To resell it later for more money.

  3. Phillippine Airlines was founded in 1941? The same year Japan destroyed almost every plane in the Phillipines 9 hours after Pearl Harbor? I would think that would have put them out of business.

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