Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Show Me The Money

The Aspen, Colorado 56,000 sq ft home retreat of Prince Bandar bin Sultan, from Saudi Arabia is set on 95 acres of land, with two ponds, horse stables and thousands of aspen and evergreen trees. It's close to the slopes, and has 15 bedrooms, 27 bathrooms, a dining room that seats 24 and an indoor swimming pool. It is priced at $135 million.
So why is it so expensive? The house doesn't look all that spectacular. The True Gotham Blog quotes The Rocky Mountain News, with the house value being assessed at $55,953,500. So why is the former ambassador from Saudi Arabia to the US saying - Show Me The Money? It might be that Aspen is one of the top holiday destinations. Opportunities to secure that much land in a desired location are few and far between. Its always about location, location, location.

Speaking of Show Me The Money did anyone catch William Shatner and the Million-Dollar Dancers tryin to bring sexy back. I think the Women's Rights Movement just fell back 50 years.

A correct answer, combined with choosing a dancer holding big money, can catapult the player's winning into the millions. But a wrong answer, and the wrong dancer, can wipe out winnings in an instant.

The Answers and Dancers Show.

But there's more. At any given moment, the 13 Million-Dollar Dancers, as they're called on the show, may spontaneously break into any style of dance and, ABC promises, Shatner spontaneously "boogies with the beauties on stage." Source:

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