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"Frank, you know wha I've got?" and I said "No, what have you got?". He said, "I've got '****** you money'". And I thought then and I think now that there is no better definition of what I mean by real money than '****** you money'. You don't owe any ******* anything and you don't want anything so you've got '****** you money'. I unfortunately owe quite a few bastards a lot of money and I also want quite a lot of stuff so I am a long, long way from having '****** you money'."

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As far as I know 'f*ck you money' comes from a novel, 'Cryptonomicon' by Neal Stephenson. One of the characters had a spreadsheet that would take the current value of the dollar, interest rates and other parameters to give him the current value of f*ck you money.

A great read.

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