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Carlos Gomez learned how to be rich from Google

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Carlos Gomez is wonderful.

Carlos Gomez got a nice three-year, $24 million extension from the Brewers last March. A year later, it looks like great value for the Brewers, but that's a ton of money no matter what. And having a ton of money comes with a certain expectation of decorum, which Gomez takes very seriously:

That is wonderful, Carlos Gomez. But now I'm curious. I googled "rich people conversations" and here are the two most useful things I found:

1. This Riff Raff Vine:

2. This Yahoo Answers thread:

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So, Carlos, I've learned that you should: 1. Ask other riches about their cars. 2. Not always have drug parties. 3. Use horrifying phrases like "people of means and breeding." Have fun out there!

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