Life of Young Entrepreneur and Prolific Family Man Cruelly Cut Short
IT SEEMS THAT every couple of days New Orleans loses one of its treasured
Let’s get the players straight before we go on with this.
First: Larmondo “Flair” Allen, the protagonist
His companion: Kawanner Armstrong
His sons: Christian Allen, Kwan Allen, and Larmondo Allen, Jr.
His daughters: Deidra Allen, Larmenshell Allen, Lamonshea Allen, Larmomdriel Allen, Larmerja Allen, and Korevell Allen.
At age 25, he had 9 children.
His father: Burnell Thompson; his mother: Esther Allen; his stepfather: Bruce Gordy.
His brothers: Burnell Thompson, Edgar Thompson, Wil Willis, Danta Edwards, Reshe Edwards, Mattnell Allen, Burnell Allen, and Lester Allen.
His sisters: Shannail Craig, Lekiksha Thompson, Gwendolyn Carter, Jessica Willis, and Katina Gordy.
His grandparents: Delors Allen, J.C. Allen, Anna Laura Thompson, and Wil Thompson.
Okay, now that that’s all straight… here’s the rest of the story.
He was 25 and had 3 sons and 6 daughters. Nine welfare recipients collecting $950 each…. that equals $8,550 a month. Now add
EBT, free medical, free school lunches, and on and on. Do the math: $102,000-plus per year. Is there anyone out there reading this making a hundred grand doing nothing (except making more of their execrable kind)?
Now that, to me, is a real entrepreneur.
Also, because of their father’s death, all of Larmondo’s offspring will receive Social Security payments until they are 18 — and it gets better. If all of Flair’s 13 brothers and sisters follow his entrepreneurial strategy, that will be an additional $1.3 million per year — but wait… there’s even more! If all 13 brothers and sisters can duplicate his feat of nine welfare strategists, that breeds 117 new recipients collecting $100,000 per year — an additional $11,700,000 per year. And that’s one damn family — one family of hominids demanding 100 per cent. of the taxes paid by 1,000 average taxpayers.
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Source: Irish Savant