To my wife, I leave my lover, and the knowledge that I wasn’t the fool that she thought I was.
To my son, I leave the pleasure of earning a living. For thirty-five years he thought the pleasure was mine. He was mistaken.
To my daughter, I leave $100,000.00. She will need it. The only good piece of business her husband ever did was to marry her.
To my valet I leave the clothes he was stealing from me for the past ten years.
To my chauffeur I leave my cars. He almost ruined them and I want him to have the satisfaction of finishing the job.
And lastly, to my partner, I leave the suggestion that he take somebody else into business with him if he ever expects to do any business.
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