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mgustfsn mgustfsn 3 years

Ha, um what? The main point is that these people did not succeed on pure talent alone, they had opportunities most do not. Your attempt to distract from that fact, does not change that truth.

jmast jmast 3 years

You're right, it does exist. But, per your link: "Its reputation has not risen over the years, and it is still a long way from general acceptance. Use regardless instead." Unless of course, you're a loner. A rebel.

mgustfsn mgustfsn 3 years

Merriam-Webster says it is. http://www.merriamwebster.com/...

jmast jmast 3 years

Regardless. Not irregardless. Sorry just drives me crazy! It's not a word!

mgustfsn mgustfsn 3 years

Irregardless of how they "work hard for their money", you cannot do a story like this and deny the fact that they are so successful because they had connections and help that most people do not ever have. To praise these people for their hard work without making mention of that fact is disingenuous. Popsugar is good because its brain candy, but when you start trying to get your readers to believe that these people are average success stories, that's foul. Especially given the huge inequities that are expanding between the super rich and the rest of us.

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