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The Japanese have a new hyper-car that evidently is on the market.
It's all electric and can go from zero to 60 mph in less than two seconds.
That is blistering acceleration.

Unfortunately, that feature is not one that is generally desirable in a car. It's purpose is to show off how fast you can accelerate.
To enable that feature, a car has been built that costs a mere 5 mil.

At that price, you could also buy 100 really sweet electric cars with more range and better comforts.

Problems are being solved that don't exist.

It's hard to tell what's what in super stud nerd town.

Two scenarios:

You bring your date to you farm, and open the doors of an enormous barn.
Inside are 100 Tesla's that cost $50,000/ each.

Or, there is one Japanese hyper car that can go from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2 seconds....

Which scenario will make your date even less likely to have sex with you?

Which door is more pretentious?
(The 100 Tesla's would weigh more than 100 times as much as the hyper weighs less than a ton.)

Crazy thing is, these various super cars tend to sell out quickly.

If I spent 5 mil on a vehicle, I'd want it to fly.
Instead, what you get for the money is this one silly stunt...insane acceleration.
There exists almost no circumstances wherein this expensive trick serves any purpose.
Certainly not in London or Manhattan.
You could buy a private jet with that cash.
"when you think you've lost everything... you find out you can always lose a little bit more." - President Bush
I'm guessing that the guys (yes, it is guys) that own these cars also own the private jet.
And a sweet boat.

And a decent motorcycle.

Like a really rich version of you.

Ever wonder if a billionaire has 1000 times as much fun as a millionaire?

Or, is it just 2 or 3 times as much fun?

Maybe I'm simply envious, but it seems there comes a point of diminishing rewards.

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