Apologies if this is already being discussed elsewhere and I missed it. I’m kind of fascinated by this topic. Not so much that rich people pay for buildings or bribe coaches to get their kids into schools, nothing about that could really surprise me I don’t think. What I’m really curious about is, and I know there’s no way to come close to measuring this, is what these types of kids end up doing in their careers. I’ve always operated under the belief that there aren’t many idiots who basically did fake college that end up competing in the market. I feel like most of these folks are either trust fund kids or end up basically being no show show employees at closely held companies. Up to this point in my life I’ve never seen someone with a “good” job just be categorically unfit and incapable of doing their job. And I’m not talking garden variety good ole boy network. I’m talking about a kid from let’s say USC or Texas working at a prestigious investment bank and just surfing the web all day, or at least something closer to that.