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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Brother can you spare a dime?: Perhaps the only thing sadder than seeing a blogger do his monthly banging of the tip jar (hint, hint), is seeing a wealthy, egotistical multimillionaire ask for money.

That's right, Arianna's campaign is still $235,000 in debt and she wants you to fork over some cash. The woman who hasn't paid income taxes in the past couple of years because she's suffered substantial losses (when you're wealthy thanks to your divorce settlement, you can fritter the money away) wants hard-working Americans to fund her little PR campaign.

It's funny, this woman wanted to be governor. She wanted to "run" the world's fifth-largest economy. Yet, she can't seem to manage to create any wealth in her own life. What was her plan? To have California marry Germany and then divorce and hope for a large settlement?

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