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Over Half Million Blown By The Wind : Motorists Abandon Their Cars After It Starts Raining MONEY

Motorists driving through Dubai could not believe their eyes when it started raining money in the middle of the UAE city.


Thousands of 500 UAE Dirham notes – worth around £88 – flew through the oil-rich city on a busy afternoon earlier this month, and officials have yet to give an explanation as to why, or reveal a source of the cash.
Drivers abandoned their cars in order to get their hands on the notes blowing down the road, and were filmed holding handfuls of notes.

It is estimated that notes valued between two and three million Dirham were loose – meaning up to £500,000 was blowing in the wind.

‘A lot of people were getting out of there care to grab this month.
‘It doesn’t happen every day. Everyone was amazing this was happening.’
The baffling incident happened at around 3pm on February 11 and locals have no explanation.
Police later arrived at the area and ushered people away, local media reports.


“We Wont Leave Our 40 Billion Fortune To Our 3 Children” A Wealthy Couple Says

Why One Young Houston Couple Won’t Leave $4 Billion Fortune for Their Three Children

John and Laura Arnold

A young billionaire couple from Houston, Texas, has decided to give away their estimated $4 billion dollar fortune instead of leaving it for their children, and you might be surprised to know why.

Wunderkind John Arnold is not yet 40 years old, but last October he closed his hedge fund, Centaurus Energy, and retired after amassing an estimated wealth of $4 billion in the last 10 years.

Now, Arnold who began his career at Enron, and his wife Laura have dedicated the rest of their lives to giving away that wealth to support innovative ideas that can solve society’s myriad problems because they don’t plan on leaving it for their three children.

“Because of our backgrounds and because of our own experiences, we just don’t believe in dynastic wealth,” said Laura Arnold in an interview posted on

“We don’t believe that our children should inherit vast amounts of money. We think that many people have been quite successful at creating dynasties that have been effective and where people are productive and terrific members of society but we just don’t want to run that risk. We want to give our children the opportunity and the ambition to create wealth themselves,” she said.

“We don’t want them to feel entitled. We don’t want them to feel life has been solved for them. We always talk amongst ourselves that wealth should allow the kids to be able to do anything they want but not to do nothing and it was very hard as a parent to figure out how to do this,” she highlighted

(Christian Post)

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