Proof that it is about vanity and not environmentalism: No-one can afford these things. Like the green vehicles of the past, only their novelty is what will sell a handful to some rich consumers.
You may think your entire career is one big slog on a treadmill, but take it from me, you don't know slogging until you've spend 8 hours a day at your desk, working and walking. And walking. And walking.
If the management of your company doesn't care enough to offer you the luxury of a treadmill desk, some of the other perks sound good.
"Prosperity theology is a false theology. . . . TBN has been a huge embarrassment to evangelical Christianity for decades." R. Albert Mohler Jr., President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. It's a drama fit for reality television: Larger than life characters, familial infighting, private jets, mansions, pink poodles, and of course contentious litigation.