George Soros epitomizes the American Dream. He escaped the Nazis and the Holocaust by seeking refuge in America and ultimately made billions on Wall Street. But what truly makes him great is not what he made, but what he has given away: billions of dollars to charities and social causes to make the world a better place. For that he deserved to have the biggest birthday tent on the planet.
To celebrate his 80th birthday, he added another “0” to his age and invited 800 of his dearest friends, relatives, and colleagues to celebrate the happy occasion. The tent, the length of a football field, was so long it could be described as a party tunnel instead of a party tent. It was decorated and landscaped by someone with great taste. Yes I said landscaped, because gorgeous bushes, trees and flowers hung from the ceiling like a botanical garden in the sky. The highlight of the evening was the 10-piece orchestra, which came in from the back of the tent playing “When The Saints Go Marching In,” carving a path through the crowd all the way to the front. Even though I’m clearly no saint, I saw this as my opportunity to angle for a better view of the mighty Soros, so I tailed the band all the way. Now I was just steps away from all the action. Everyone sang “Happy Birthday” to George while I watched him playfully mug for the cameras and blow out the last candle for his birthday wish. I don’t know what he wished for, but I’m wishing for an invite to his 90th birthday. It was a legendary event for a truly legendary man.
Life at best is short. PARTY TILL YOU DIE!
-Sir Ivan aka Peaceman
“The Party King of the World”
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