Imagine owning your own airline but deciding to stay in the path of the strongest CAT5 ever recorded, because you are glamorous and a Risk-Taker. On a small island in the Atlantic Ocean.
Now imagine encouraging your “team” to ride it out with you. In your wine cellar – and make sure you Tweet-out to all the poor schlubs on the island that their mud huts and grass shacks are probably not a good place to be…best to hightail it to the local shelter (if no wine cellar available) which I am sure will be there after the 200mph winds have subsided.
It is important when working for über-wealthy dipshits like this that you show you are a Team Player by putting your life at risk.
Imagine putting out statements on social media where your assholery is on display for all the world to see.
Ah, but the lawn furniture is secure. Climate Change can not and will not fhreaten the lawn furniture when you are on the right side of the climate-change debate.
Behold the narcissistic ravings of a lunatic, a stupidly-wealthy clown who seems to thrive on danger and risk-taking and is not afraid to take others along for the ride because, well, they want to keep their jobs and the best way is to show Doctor Yes that you are a Team Player is to risk your own life alongside the Good Doctor. One can clearly surmise that this is the need to build and maintain Image because we all know how important it is that the Little People know how awesome it is to be you:
I am also concerned for the wonderful wildlife of the BVI, not least on Necker and Moskito, where many flamingos, lemurs, scarlet ibis and other stunning species live. Hopefully all people and animals can keep out of harm’s way in the coming days.
I doubt there are any flamingoes, scarlet ibis and lemurs left on Richard’s Fantasy Island, unless they were invited into the wine cellar.
The leftards love to bash Trump’s billionaire narcissism while lauding the same behavior in another billionaire as long as said billionaire says all the right things about Climate Change.
The Twitterati predictably lost no time in eviscerating Branson after his tweetstorm, though I doubt people like Branson even bother to read the responses from the little people. The moving hand, having writ, moves on.
— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) September 6, 2017
Why cant everyone in the path of Irma just hunker down in the wine cellars under their house and stop moaning about it.
Let them drink wine
— Chicken Wing (@barry_plunge) September 6, 2017
Irony? It's a little insensitive to show a picture of a group of excited disaster tourists when others cower in their unprotected shacks.
— Chris Irvine (@Ogopogochris) September 6, 2017
How you getting your Virgin broadband working in a hurricane mines won't work on a sunny day #howtheotherhalflive
— Paddymcdonnell🐜 (@paddythedagger) September 6, 2017
I hope there is a God and she turns all your wine into water.
— 1916 Walking Tour (@1916walkingtour) September 6, 2017
Glad you're safe! Your airline wants to charge me extra to get home to my family in Florida!!!
— Anthony Pernicka 😈 (@HorrorCEO) September 6, 2017
Praying you have enough cheese and biscuits to last it out 🙏 #billionaireproblems
— Dun kun Walker (@diamond12monkey) September 6, 2017
Tomorrow click baiter headlines will read: 'Richard Branson drowns during hurricane Irma' pic.twitter.com/tx7UeEiGuU
— A Girl Named Truth (@piecakens) September 6, 2017
Not sure what you're trying to prove but stay safe.
— Kay (@KaySushikay) September 6, 2017