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There are people in life who are snobs.  They automatically assume they are better than everyone else.  For example, the sales clerks in upscale dress shops act like snobs.  They really shouldn’t because their positions are generally minimum wage.  Yet in many of the facebook videos, they act as if they are the owners of the shops and are superior to all the customers. There was a scene in “Pretty Woman” that demonstrated this exact behavior. Action of this type also occurs in private schools that gifted students receive scholarships to attend.  The upscale students believe they are superior simply because their parents can afford to pay their tuition.  The smarter kids are there to learn and not show off.  There are countless moves, TV shows and even facebook videos about how poorly they are treated.  The snobs should recognize that the gifted students are in fact superior to them as they exceed in intelligence. Even the people who sell upscale vehicles tend to look down on anyone they think cannot afford their high priced autos. I frankly do not understand it.  Not everyone was born rich and many individuals had to work their way up both financially and in society. To somehow believe you are better just because you are rich or sell to wealthy people is ludicrous. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website www.goodgusbooks.com along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books is coming soon!

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