Rich lawyer, poor lawyer
The prize was a home-cooked dinner for eight, prepared by a parent - one of New York's most celebrated chefs and a perennial on the Food Network.…
The prize was a home-cooked dinner for eight, prepared by a parent - one of New York’s most celebrated chefs and a perennial on the Food Network. The bidding started at $3,000 – a fabulous bargain. Nearly two dozen paddles shot up in the air. The bidders were the usual suspects – Wall Streeters, big-firm lawyers, a sprinkling of doctors, a few people with money but no visible means of support.
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