Being a billionaire allows one to do things that ordinary people don't have the luxury of doing.
Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison, who could team with Oprah Winfrey and David Geffen to make a run at buying the Los Angeles Clippers, has a unique way of playing basketball.
Reading the following clip from a recent Wall Street Journal article by Hannah Karp and Stu Woo will make you jealous:
There are roughly 50,000 words in today's Wall Street Journal. None are more amazing than these 96. pic.twitter.com/LG3mCpEJOe— Dennis K. Berman (@dkberman) May 1, 2014
The rest of the article can be viewed on the Wall Street Journal's website.