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13 Selfish Dinguses Who Made Their Cheapness Someone Else's Problem

Spending your money wisely is a virtue, but sometimes people's forceful cheapness can become a burden. Here are some folks who either made insane demands, were incredibly rude, or in any way showed an unreasonable side of themselves in an effort to get what they want. For more frustrating posts like these, go here.

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13 Supernaturally Entitled Bozos Who Let Their Greed Flag Fly

We're not super sure what drives people to make absolutely insane demands and insult the hell out of strangers their dealing with. Is it the anonymity? Maybe sheer desperation? Either way these folks don't look like they're going away any time soon, so the only thing we can do is prove to them that their tactics won't work.

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27 Moments Of Trashy Behavior that Belong In A Garbage Can

It's a good reminder that most people are decent most of the time. Most people are kind, friendly, and would go out of their way to help a stranger. Then there's these moments. The trashy moments. The times when people decided to act out of selfishness, greed and complete disregard for the people around them. Wild.

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Karma of The Day: Drug Company Steps Up to Screw With Greedy CEO Martin Shkreli
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When Martin Shkreli isn't busy jacking up the price of a life-saving cancer and AIDS drug by 5,000 percent or being an idiot on Twitter, the disgraced pharmaceutical CEO is neck deep in sweet Karma.

San Diego-based Imprimis Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced they will sell the same exact drug Shkreli's company Turing Pharmaceuticals does, but for only $1 a pill.

Shkreli charges $750 a pill.

"We are looking at all of these cases where the sole-source generic companies are jacking the price way up," Mark Baum, Chief Executive at Imprimis, told the AP.

"There'll be many more of these."

Meanwhile, Shkreli decided to start a spat with CNBC on Twitter.

Martin Shkreli, the poor man's Donald Trump.