So there is a part time resident in the neighborhood who is very secretive and some say he owns a very big piece of real estate (very well known) in California. When I befriend him, he says it's not him but he's just a regular guy with a regular job, like a lawyer. And he contends he is NOT rich like that. Being a law school dropout (wasn't for me), I am simply curious and first apologize for thinking he was a mega real estate mogul billionaire (and we laughed) and I ask him about his practice. I live in a resort town and most of us are regular people but there is the occasional rich, rich person just trying to blend in the small town. ie) Will Smith comes here often, yet we are not Aspen, CO though. In our conversations, he does not know what the 5th amendment is nor does he know that a person needs to be served in a lawsuit. He also contends a trial can go on without a defendant being there or even being notified. By then, I realize the lawyer/regular working man tag, is a cover. He does not realize I figure him out. I just stay nice to him. He probably is the real estate guy who owns the huge landmark and for his anonymity, I will never mention his name, which he never mentioned and his first name isn't a real name anyway. Weird?? Do you know anybody super rich with a weird cover? I just think he could have picked a better one. Wouldn't any lawyer figure him out, or even a law student? Why didn't he say, "It's none of your business or I own a small store or something?" Also when I was a gardener 20 years ago I met a client who belongs to a rather famous local family (movie star) and he swore he wasn't closely related or RICH. When he goes to pay me, he drops his wallet and it is full of many 100s. He peels one off and bids me well and come back next week. What is it with super rich people insisting they are NOT rich. Don't they see how anybody can see through that facade? And who are they to think they are so important that if they are found out CNN will be camping outside their door? ... or will they? It's not as if America is interested in a person who owns the 41st biggest skyscraper in the world? So what? The gossip news, which American media has become, wants to know the latest about Tiger's love life.