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New Facebook For Rich People Costs $9,000 To Join


PC Mag – Don’t you just hate it when all you want to talk about is your latest all-nighter in Ibiza or how Jeeves packed the wrong Rolex for last weekend’s Hamptons excursion, but your Facebook friends are all “Help me, I’m poor!” Not to worry, Netropolitan is here to save you from having to hob-knob with undesirable 99 percenters. And it will only cost you $9,000 a year., Netropolitan is a new social network that bills itself as “the online country club for people with more money than time.” It launched today and organizers insist that it’s not a joke. The $9,000 fee includes a $6,000 initiation fee, plus a $3,000 annual fee. You must be 21 to join. You’ll supposedly be able to chat with like-minded individuals, though Netropolitan declined to provide details about its user base. “We simply cannot stress enough how important preserving our members’ privacy is to us,” the company said. “Other than announcing that at our launch we already had several hundred members, we will never publicly state the exact number of members in the club. And especially, we will NEVER release or verify the identity of any of our members – ever. What does $9,000 get you? Basically a Facebook rip-off. In screen shots, user profiles include access to activity, profile, notifications, messages, location, friends, and followers. An update box lets you tell fellow members “where you are and what you’re up to.”

Finer Things Club, baby! Can’t wait to see my yearly bonus that I’ve never gotten go right down the drain in the form of a subscription to this for Portnoy. You think someone with Champagne Taste fucks around with normal, poor people facebook? For sure not. You think Portnoy is gonna be on the same social network as Handsome Hank? Pres can barely share the same air as Hank, let alone the same social media website.

Pres is gonna drop 9K on this and just upload pictures of $90 bottles of wine and $100 bathing suits and piles of burning jeans. Pictures of himself at the racetrack in that one suit that he wears every single time he goes to the track. Documenting every single step of the Finer Things Club.

PS – You gotta be a real fucking asshole to join this shit. Like if you think you’re so rich you cannot even associate on the internet with the poor people you’re not really that rich. People who are actually that wealthy just dream of being a normal person like Richie Rich.


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