Everyone likes to network socially, and up until now the rich rubbing shoulders with the poor on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter was fine, but in case you haven’t noticed, things have changed.
The country is in the throes of a deep depression and if there’s one thing rich people don’t want to hear about it’s how depressing your life is. I mean, what’s the point of wealth if you’re still forced to hear about the problems of poor people? It’s ludicrous.
Imagine this. You’re sitting at home, snorting some lines off the back of a high class call girl, lighting your Cuban cigar with a C-note, whacking off to a print out of your trust fund annuities and surfing around Facebook. Suddenly, you see someone’s status update that says, “My company just laid off 10% of its workforce. Looks like I’ll have to update my resume and hope we don’t lose our house”. Total buzzkill right? You don’t need that shit.
As a member of Affluence.org you will have the ability to find and interact with other affluent people from around the world. Within this elite community you will be provided with access to a dedicated Affluence Concierge, have the ability to evaluate charities or promote your own causes, receive priority access to the world’s most exclusive nightclubs, parties, hotels, events and much more.
Membership to Affluence.org is completely free but requires a demonstrated minimum household net worth of $3 million US; or a minimum annual household income of $300,000; or successful invitation of 5 other people that qualify for membership.
Problem solved. Thanks affluence.org!