Not always, anyway. For instance, let’s say that you founded a company that makes a wildly popular anti-virus program for personal computers and eventually sold the company for $100 million dollars. You move to Belize. And then . . .
John McAfee, the estranged founder of the antivirus firm that bears his name, is wanted by the Belize police in connection with a murder, FoxNews.com has confirmed.
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McAfeeâ€™s life has turned in recent years from cybersecurity to drugs, guns, prostitution and violence, explained Jeff Wise, a freelance reporter who broke the story for Gizmodo. “He will tell you he moved to Belize for the good life, for the country, to rescue the Belizean people from poverty,â€ť Wise told FoxNews.com. In reality, McAfee became embroiled in bath salts and the quest for the ultimate high, he said.
I had never even heard of “bath salts” until the cannibal incident in Florida earlier this year.
I don’t smoke pot but I am in favor of legalizing it. Not so much with the ‘harder’ drugs out there.
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