The Entrepreneur Forum | Startups | Entrepreneurship | Starting a Business | Motivation | Success

HOT TOPIC How would you spend $1 million dollars and get no sellable value from it?

Remove ads while supporting the Unscripted philosophy...become an INSIDER.

biophase

Legendary Contributor
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 25, 2007
7,232
33,617
5,083
Scottsdale, AZ
I know this is an odd question, but me and a few of my friends have been pondering this question for a while now.

Here’s why. I’ve come to the conclusion that it would be pretty hard for someone worth $5M+, who is responsible to squander their money.

For example, if I had to spend $300k today, I’d probably go buy a Lambo. But in buying a Lambo you didn’t really spend $300k. The Lambo is still worth $250k. So you’ve blown $50k.

However if I put a turbo on my 4Runner and give it a chrome wrap for $15k, my 4runner’s value doesn’t go up. It probably goes down, so in this case I’ve actually spent and wasted $15k. But this is something I’d never do.

Private jets and parties are all things that you’ve actually spend on and get no equity afterwards. But that’s not something that I’d spend on. So I’ve been racking my brain on how to spend way $1m and get no equity from it afterwards.

The one thing we would all spend our money on is housekeepers, private chefs and trainers but these all cost $30-$150k a year. I thought that was kind of interesting. Vacations and travel we all agreed on, but it’s really tough to blow more than $100k on vacations in a year. You get tired of them, seriously!

We would all also buy more houses, land, ranches and vacation homes. But again that isn’t really spending. In could increase your net worth instead.

It’s an interesting mind exercise because it makes you realize that you don’t need as much as you think and that you can buy some of your wants now because you aren’t spending as much as you think.

Just to use another car example. When I pay $100k for my Mclaren, I didn’t spend $100k. I moved $100k cash from a savings account into a depreciating asset. When I sell it for $80k, I’ve lost $20k. So what I really did was pay $20k to have a Mclaren for 2-3 years. I did not lower my net worth by $100k.
 

Don't like ads? Remove them while supporting the forum. Subscribe.

MJ DeMarco

Administrator
Staff member
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 23, 2007
30,506
111,248
3,751
Fountain Hills, AZ
Since the thread has changed to "selleable' value then I'd remove my Yacht (can be sold) and replace with models and bottles...

My bad business investments as a vehicle for losing $1m with zero sellable value stays. In my study of athletes going broke, this is always a common thread (in many cases, investment to family members), just as much as the extravagant spending on extravagant goods. My cousin wanted to start a business so I gave him $250K! And of course we know what the cousin does with the 250K, see #1, models and bottles.
 

Rabby

Platinum Contributor
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Aug 26, 2018
1,244
3,636
874
Florida
Donate $1 million to a non-profit, get into a huge fight with the directors over control, get ousted from the organization as a permanent persona non grata, and later discover that your money is being used to fund communists, terrorists, or something else you don't like.
 

GPM

Platinum Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Oct 25, 2012
776
3,415
775
Canada
I want to add more to my "spend it at a bar/club" scenario.

I used to work with a few guys that were just about good enough to get into the NHL, but didn't due to either not making the cut, or being injured. As such they had a lot of friends who actually played in the NHL.

Keep in mind that the teams are made up of a lot of people, not just these mega stars. The regular players probably make like 4-8 million or so over their short careers. Nothing to sneeze at, and if they are wise they could easily convert this into a nice life. However, their group of friends consist of people who make far more than that per YEAR. So these regular players end up at the bar, and end up spending like the guys who make 10x they do. I guess it is common that one guy picks up the tab for the whole night.

So if your team and all their follow alongs go out, I guess it is quite easy to spend $50,000+ per night when out. Not such a big deal when you are making like 5-10 million a year. A very different story when you are not quite or barely making 1 million a year.

Needless to say, a lot of these guys who had very nice and short careers are even more broke than those who go the full on desk-jockey slow lane.
 
Last edited:

theag

Most Aggressive Guy on the Internet on the Planet
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Jan 19, 2012
3,724
10,577
2,456
Taxes.
 

Don't like ads? Remove them while supporting the forum. Subscribe.

OP
OP
biophase

biophase

Legendary Contributor
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 25, 2007
7,232
33,617
5,083
Scottsdale, AZ
I mean, if you're really trying hard to lose a million dollars on non-recoverable assets and such, you're pretty much firmly in the realm of extreme side-walker / consumer mindset stuff: Gambling (including really bad investments), drugs, high end entertainment, luxury goods, expensive experiences, etc...

For example, if I had a million dollars sitting around I really didn't care whether it went to zero, I'd very likely start a really high end local arcade.
The purpose of my question was a mind exercise. Because everyone here is trying to make money and lots of it. I think sometimes we think we need more before we pursue dreams or things that we really want.

For example, you mention, "For example, if I had a million dollars sitting around I really didn't care whether it went to zero, I'd very likely start a really high end local arcade. " My reply would be, well you can start a high end arcade for much less than $1M. And there is also a chance that it could sustain itself. So do you really need $1M to try if it is a dream of yours? Because these things that you may want might not really lower your net worth that much, or could possibly even improve it.

Another example is my friend waiting to build his dream home. He can easily afford it now, but there's a psychological mental block to spending $1.5M. However, he's not really blowing $1.5M. He's just converting it from cash into real estate.
 

MJ DeMarco

Administrator
Staff member
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 23, 2007
30,506
111,248
3,751
Fountain Hills, AZ
Interesting question...

From the perspective of athletes who lose millions and go bankrupt and think there are two primary things that cause big losses with an ultimate deliverance of "no value."

1) Bad investments -- if you invest $1M in 10 startups and all of them fail, what value did you get? Nothing. And the $1M is gone.

2) Depreciating assets with "diderot effects" -- consumption causes more consumption. If you buy a yacht (that you sparsely visit, hence, no value), the asset depreciates, not only that, it has a huge carrying cost; staff, docking, fixing, to the tune of tens of thousands per month.
 

Kak

Legendary Contributor
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jan 23, 2011
6,389
27,670
4,554
This is correct. The jet comes to mind as something that would burn a lot of money. The way one must look at a jet is basically unlimited travel for your fixed operating cost per year. Just consider everything as a fixed cost. Your note on the jet, because why the hell would you pay cash for it? The flight department... Maintenance... Storage... Insurance... Fuel.

You have to just say you are OK with burning 1-3 million per year on all of the above, total, for unlimited travel. Depending on your selection of jet. It can go up from there as well.

That said, I see where you are going with this and agree. Pretty much nothing else chugs money like aviation. The depreciation isn't even close to the biggest expense in aviation.

The average person with 5 million dollars, didn't just one day get 5 million dollars dropped on them. They had to be their own form of disciplined to get there... That number rolling over in a bank account or an investment account doesn't change anything for them beyond an emotional reaction.

Invested wisely, you can play pretty hard on the capital gains of $5m and still have an ever increasing net worth. They still have no business flying privately.

YET dumb asses that win the lottery end up broke like 90% of the time. So they must have the answers you are looking for. Crowds of leech family probably plays a huge part.
 
Last edited:

Primeperiwinkle

Platinum Contributor
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Nov 30, 2018
1,250
3,758
868
I adore this thread. I shall now endeavor to be entertaining and witty. I have had caffeine!!!

I sincerely doubt if any thread on the forum more clearly highlights the differences between a wealth mindset, which puts systems in place to create more wealth, and poverty mindset which lacks any such system.

But the fact that you actually don’t know how to lose all your money makes me want to giggle hysterically. Oh dude. Yet again, I wish I could travel back to the Summit and spend another week just hanging out with everyone there until I could say without a shadow of a doubt I had made you and about 26 other people into friends for life. Thankfully, the ones I did get to hang out with were and are so wonderful I don’t feel too bad for not buying you and many, many other ppl a beer. But alas, I digress.

Here are the two ends of the spectrum with no negativity attached.

Disciplined Money Systems + Respect For their Time that Makes Money .

vs

A Casual Disregard for One’s Own Time In General + A Generous Nature

The answer to your question is in the latter equation, more specifically and practically explained, as follows... impulsive, ridiculous giving will make anyone lose a large inheritance in approximately 1.7 years.

(Don’t ask me how I know..)


Top 5 Ways To Become Desperately Poor Very, Very, Very Fast.

1. Tip every server, delivery guy, maintenance person, driver, helper, etc a full 50% every time you order, anything. Do it with a smile, your bank account is dwindling already!

2. Next up is homeless people, giving stations, and cash charities. Give to everyone, everywhere you go, with whatever you have on hand. Pretend you’re Scrooge on Christmas morning. But do that every day. The cartoon version, of course.

3. Buy houses for a few people, pay all their bills, buy them some cars as well and send large checks to multiple orphanages, missionaries, museums, etc.

4. Almost last but not least, become utterly fascinated by no less than four separate hobbies - one for each season, of course- and make sure to buy every conceivable item necessary to begin the new hobby AND every book related, even marginally, to it, in hardback. You don’t actually have to finish any projects though.

5. Finally! Shop at Target.

And there you have it!
*bows
 

JAJT

Ha Ha! Business
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Aug 7, 2012
2,780
15,032
3,256
Ontario, Canada
So I’ve been racking my brain on how to spend way $1m and get no equity from it afterwards.
I mean, if you're really trying hard to lose a million dollars on non-recoverable assets and such, you're pretty much firmly in the realm of extreme side-walker / consumer mindset stuff: Gambling (including really bad investments), drugs, high end entertainment, luxury goods, expensive experiences, etc...

That being said, if the question was "what would you spend a million dollars on, profitability or return be damned?", that opens a lot more fun and interesting options.

For example, if I had a million dollars sitting around I really didn't care whether it went to zero, I'd very likely start a really high end local arcade. I grew up loving these places and you don't see them around much anymore. I would know going in that it's likely either going to lose money, break even, or maybe cover it's own cost but all I would care about is providing a cool, fun place for community kids and adults alike to just have a fun time. To me, that would be a damn fun way to spend a million bucks. But shit - maybe it makes money, maybe the assets are worth 50-60% of what I paid for them, so if it went tits up I'd still have "something" from the endeavor but this is just an example of something I might do because I want to, with zero financial expectations from it.

I could say the same thing about opening a brewery, although the chances that I could make that successful would be significantly higher.
 

theag

Most Aggressive Guy on the Internet on the Planet
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Jan 19, 2012
3,724
10,577
2,456
what are some things that are kind of expensive that you realistically would purchase if you were making decent money that had no value afterwards?
I think the problem with the lack of "real" responses here is that you limit the outcome too much. Getting absolutely "no value" back is basically impossible because stricly speaking this even excludes "feeling good for a second while buying it". Maybe the question is more about "how would you spend 1 million dollars and make it depreciate the fastest"?

The only thing I can think of in regards to the original "no value" question, besides taxes (that wasnt a joke), is "loaning" money, where you are 100% sure you will never get it back. But even then you will probably feel good about helping out.

Regarding the point behind the post (if I understand it correctly): I noticed that the more money I make, the more careful I am with what I spend it on. Always a question about ROI in the back of my mind.

There is a German documentary about a big real estate developer here who basically went from zero to 9 figures. They interviewed him in a private jet. He basically said (translation):

"If you have €250 million, you throw money out the window, and it comes back in through the door on its own. You can't destroy it. You buy cars - they appreciate in value. You buy real estate - it appreciates in value. You buy gold - it appreciates in value. You can't destroy it with consumerism."

Starts at 20s (if you understand German :clench: ):
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y2WxM2Srlc&t=20s
 

Don't like ads? Remove them while supporting the forum. Subscribe.

Last edited:

Lucky Lu

Bronze Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Nov 2, 2019
238
213
94
Newport Beach, California
That said, I see where you are going with this and agree. Pretty much nothing else chugs money like aviation. The depreciation isn't even close to the biggest expense in aviation.

Invested wisely, you can play pretty hard on the capital gains of $5m and still have an ever increasing net worth. They still have no business flying privately.
Unless my dear @Kak you are paying too much in taxes. There is nothing better in order to shrink the spread between your revenue and taxable profit, than a great maintenance program for your plane.

Also, depreciation on planes is under a special program where you can depreciate it 100% in 5 years, all deductible. And you still have the plane.


Believe me, the average G650 owner is not a dumb person at all.
But if you look at the same situation from the average yearly expense stand point, you could think it is batshit crazy. Not quite in reality most of the time.
 
Last edited:

AnneC

Conscious
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jan 3, 2012
157
610
265
Colorado
Here’s the actual question, translated into layman's terms:

@biophase has $1 million burning a hole in his pocket. What else can he spend it on, other than exotic cars, more real estate, and luxury vacations? He's already burned through his hookers and blow allowance for this year, too. Ideas welcome!
 

wade1mil

Platinum Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Jun 29, 2011
1,766
4,369
1,116
If this was a competition and I wanted to win, I would legally change my name in California 2,299 times with the last name change being my original name.

I could also pay artists to replicate the Egyptian pyramids in the form of ice sculptures in the Arizona desert.
 
OP
OP
biophase

biophase

Legendary Contributor
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 25, 2007
7,232
33,617
5,083
Scottsdale, AZ
Thanks for all your replies. I know that many of them are meant to be jokes, but this goes to show that it is really hard to do.

What I'm really looking for is something that you would actually pay for. You don't need to have $1M, but what are some things that are kind of expensive that you realistically would purchase if you were making decent money that had no value afterwards?

Actually, we were just chatting now and overbidding on PPC is a quick way to do this LOL.

We actually talked about bad investments. Investing is the only time you write huge 5-6 figure checks and give them to other people. I've lost plenty of money investing with others. This is one reason I do all my own investing now.

Here are some of the things that I've spent big chunks of money on
Exotic cars, I know that I lose $5k-$10k in equity on these each year.
Vacations, been on some pricey $1k+ a day vacations. But only one of these per year totaling $10k.
Real estate, I like my second home and vacations homes!
Ecommerce businesses, I start new businesses with around $20k once every 2 years.

That's it. I can't think of anything else that I spend more than $5k on. So based on this pattern of spending, it would be difficult for my net worth to decrease.
 

MTF

Never give up
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
May 1, 2011
3,247
15,994
3,254
Maybe no value is the wrong term. I guess what I really mean is something that you cannot sell to someone else after you purchase it. Something in which you spend money on, because you get value from it, but is essentially worthless to others, which in turn lowers your net worth.
Something super customized just for you, used to engage in an obscure hobby. Say, a long wooden pole known as lanza or garrote used for salto del pastor, a folk sport in the Canary Islands.

Hire Christian Dior or someone like that to design it for you. Gold and diamond-encrusted with your name written across the pole with palladium. There are very, very few people who practice salto del pastor, it being a rare sport already in the Canary Islands. Then add all the precious metals and the price tag of a designer and there's nobody who would ever afford it or even want to buy it. Of course, you could possibly sell the precious metals but you'd already spend hundreds of thousands or millions on the designer (and of course, for the sake of this example, he would design it in such a way that extracting the metals from the pole would cost a lot of money).

Even if you become the world's best salto del pastor practitioner, you'll still never make enough money to recoup the investment in your customized wooden pole nobody would ever want to buy haha.
 

daniel_m

Bronze Contributor
Feb 26, 2019
55
146
120
One way even a smart person can lose their money is making poor investments into companies that go nowhere or go bankrupt.

If we're talking about spending it on pleasure, well - it's as easy as looking at NBA & NFL players, lottery winners who go broke within a couple of years. Gifts to friends and family, vacations, gambling, drugs, high end clothing, foolish investments, etc.

Here's another good one - child support. I remember reading about an NBA player who had to pay something like $3 Million per year on child support. Something like that could happen to even the smartest person.

 

GigMistress

Bronze Contributor
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Nov 19, 2019
112
319
160
A cornfield in the Midwest
I agree with what you're saying in general concept, but I think part of the reason you're having such difficulty getting there with the numbers is that you're thinking about things you would buy and pay for within the context of your current life. I know a couple of celebrities with personal chefs, and they certainly aren't working in the $30-150k range. And a month at the Plaza in New York would exhaust your annual $100,000 travel budget.

If your point is that no one needs a $2,200/night hotel room or a $36 bagel, I'm inclined to agree. But, some people value those things more than others. I'm not even much into material things or luxury, but if I had seemingly unlimited money lying around, I'd be very tempted to spend the winter months at the Ritz on Amelia Island--at about $700/night.

And that "seemingly unlimited" concept is part of the problem. Many of the people who manage to blow $1 million, or $5 million get there precisely because they thought it was too much to ever spend.
 

GPM

Platinum Contributor
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Oct 25, 2012
776
3,415
775
Canada
Easy. These guys can blow tens of thousands per night at the club. Easy.
 

Don't like ads? Remove them while supporting the forum. Subscribe.

MJ DeMarco

Administrator
Staff member
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 23, 2007
30,506
111,248
3,751
Fountain Hills, AZ
Stay in five-star hotels, rent cool cars, party hard every night with lots of friends, drink and girls, and 'poof' it's all gone.
But you can argue you got value for that, the memories and the experience. Whereas a bad business investment you get nothing. No memory, no return, nothing.
 

socaldude

Platinum Contributor
FASTLANE INSIDER
Read Millionaire Fastlane
Speedway Pass
Jan 10, 2012
1,498
3,386
786
Mexico
Another thing, it’s also important to note that money is not created nor destroyed(unless your the fed of course). It only changes hands and gets redistributed among participants. Value on the other hand, does get created or destroyed. You create value then money gets thrown at you like a stripper.

So it may look like you “destroyed” 1 million dollars or threw it in the trash in some kind of dumbass investment heuristic meltdown you really failed to create a product or service people would come and throw money at. You failed at configuring capital assets to create something someone would pay for. The only thing you did was *spend* it on marketers, suppliers and employees etc etc.
 
Last edited:

WJK

Platinum Contributor
Speedway Pass
Oct 9, 2017
1,092
2,543
652
Nikiski, Alaska
I know this is an odd question, but me and a few of my friends have been pondering this question for a while now.

Here’s why. I’ve come to the conclusion that it would be pretty hard for someone worth $5M+, who is responsible to squander their money.

For example, if I had to spend $300k today, I’d probably go buy a Lambo. But in buying a Lambo you didn’t really spend $300k. The Lambo is still worth $250k. So you’ve blown $50k.

However if I put a turbo on my 4Runner and give it a chrome wrap for $15k, my 4runner’s value doesn’t go up. It probably goes down, so in this case I’ve actually spent and wasted $15k. But this is something I’d never do.

Private jets and parties are all things that you’ve actually spend on and get no equity afterwards. But that’s not something that I’d spend on. So I’ve been racking my brain on how to spend way $1m and get no equity from it afterwards.

The one thing we would all spend our money on is housekeepers, private chefs and trainers but these all cost $30-$150k a year. I thought that was kind of interesting. Vacations and travel we all agreed on, but it’s really tough to blow more than $100k on vacations in a year. You get tired of them, seriously!

We would all also buy more houses, land, ranches and vacation homes. But again that isn’t really spending. In could increase your net worth instead.

It’s an interesting mind exercise because it makes you realize that you don’t need as much as you think and that you can buy some of your wants now because you aren’t spending as much as you think.

Just to use another car example. When I pay $100k for my Mclaren, I didn’t spend $100k. I moved $100k cash from a savings account into a depreciating asset. When I sell it for $80k, I’ve lost $20k. So what I really did was pay $20k to have a Mclaren for 2-3 years. I did not lower my net worth by $100k.
You're right. A prudent person doesn't blow their money after a lifetime of frugal habits. One doesn't even think about it. In my case, I know about those late nights and painful situations that it took to make that pile of money. I remember those lean times that took my last penny. It all means something to me. In my mind, I spent those years buying my freedom and peace of mind. Why would I throw it all away now?

But, I have known people to go that other route and blow their entire wad when they are trying to impress people with their newfound wealth. They get caught up in expensive lifestyles and stupid decisions -- like $40K per month wine subscriptions... and houses, planes, boats, parties and wild sex partners... I guess I didn't need to throw illegal drugs in there... Boy, can some people quickly spend money!
 

sparechange

Platinum Contributor
Speedway Pass
Nov 11, 2016
2,059
2,929
685
Canada (Vancouver)
Unless my dear @Kak you are paying too much in taxes. There is nothing better in order to shrink the spread between your revenue and taxable profit, than a great maintenance program for your plane.

Also, depreciation on planes is under a special program where you can depreciate it 100% in 5 years, all deductible.


Believe me, the average G650 owner is not a dumb person at all.
But if you look at the same situation from the average yearly expense stand point, you could think it is batshit crazy. Not quite in reality most of the time.
Yeh don't uber wealthy just write off jet expenses ? (I have no idea how that stuff works)
 

Kevin88660

Gold Contributor
I've Read UNSCRIPTED
Speedway Pass
Feb 8, 2019
1,030
1,030
365
Singapore
Sounds like you are asking what could destroy a rich person, and try all ways to avoid that in advance.

1) Gambling. I have heard people losing all their 80 million worth of real estates and factories to it in Casino vip room.

2) Reinvesting heavily back into their business. For business that are investment heavy placing big bets on expansion could go bad quickly. A lot of business owners are self-funded still.

Spending to boost one’s ego and impress others could be a problem but no ways it kills wealth as fast as the first two.
 

Create an account or login to comment

You must be a member in order to leave a comment

Create account

Create an account on our community. It's easy!

Log in

Already have an account? Log in here.

Sponsored Offers

  • Sticky
MARKETPLACE You Are One Call Away From Living Your Dream Life - LightHouse’s Accountability Program ⚡
Here to revive this thread and to convince anyone who is hesitant to sign up. The short version...
  • Sticky
MARKETPLACE Fox's Web Design Guide: Earn $100K this year (Yes, 2020!) and Go Fastlane
How do I sell to a different country with an accent? And a foreign number. Cold e-mails don't...
  • Sticky
MARKETPLACE Kill Bigger Incubator
Hey @Cruiser I just shot you a reply! Amazing product BTW!
  • Sticky
MARKETPLACE Lex DeVille's - Advanced Freelance Udemy Courses!
Well, we made it halfway through the year. Don't know what the rest'll bring, but it's gonna be...
  • Sticky
FEATURED! Introducing... WEALTH EXPO$ED, A Short Story By MJ DeMarco
Not really a teaser but it does employ a fictional story, so that is similiar. This upcoming...



Forum Sponsor

sponsor

New Topics

Fastlane Insiders

View the forum AD FREE.
Private, unindexed content
Detailed process/execution threads
Monthly conference calls with doers
Ideas needing execution, more!

Join Fastlane Insiders.

Top Bottom