Caribbean Sea

I will not reveal to anyone the terrible secret when I say that most of us to a greater or lesser extent, the black or the white, but still jealous of famous people. Stars of film, theater, sports, show business achieved a lot – such the quantity of money from which bank vaults are full, luxurious houses, more like fairy castles of fairy tales, rather than dwelling on ordinary mortals; capture the imagination of cars, the cost of gasoline for a month which exceeds the annual income of most of the inhabitants of the globe, opportunities to go on vacation is not trivial to resorts in Turkey or Egypt, but on its own island in the gentle Caribbean Sea … Logically assume that the children of the stars must cause envy and our younger generation. However, the question of whether the children of the stars be the object of envy for our "nonstar" children is not as simple as it seems at first glance. Of course, the children of the stars at their disposal are enormous in comparison with the average material resources at the disposal of their "ancestors." Rich and famous is much easier to provide the entertainment for children, which ordinary boys and girls (and their parents) that do not dream – and not aware of the existence of such curiosities. Toys for little cost than their rivals real-world counterparts, such as children's yacht radio control. Or pets, the content of which is possible only in special circumstances – say, you can keep a pony? Is if the balcony … or to perform virtually all possible moods: bought all your favorite things, clothes, toys, infest pets, baby got from the eye of a homeless dog with sad, sad eyes to what he saw on television some outlandish beast of the jungle Amazon or jungle of Borneo. On the phenomenon of the presence of children 9 to 10 years of age own a luxury car with a gold interior trim (this is especially common among African-American rappers), and not talking – it is not dreams about a similar fate for their child.

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