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Adults are the new kids

Three experiences this morning:

Grocery store. (apparently) Single adult buying: Sprite, oreos, white bread, Jif, Welch's, Fritos. Grabbed a $6 chocolate bar at the register.

Hardware store. Fifty year old man doing card tricks for the clerk.

In the street: dozens of cars all costing more than $65,000.

They're kids. But with (even more) money.

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