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Today’s topic: Money.

Perhaps you’ve heard of it.

If not, allow our friends at to fill you in: “Money is a commodity accepted by general consent as a medium of economic exchange. It circulates from person to person and country to country, facilitating trade, and it is the principal measure of wealth.”

And, yes, I’m a fan.

As you probably already know, there are all sorts of ways in which money may fall into your lap. 

In a perfect world, we’d wake up every morning and find another basket of the stuff on our doorsteps, next to a pot of steaming-hot coffee and a tall glass of freshly squeezed tangerine juice.

But the method of acquiring money I want to discuss today was a first for me.

It all began months ago. Way back in September, if memory serves.

I was sitting around, minding my own business, when a reader sent me a note about a legal notice concerning “unclaimed property” that he had seen in, of all places, The Record. 

Perhaps you’ve heard of it.

He went down the list of names in this legal notice — it was several pages long — in search of his own. 

He looked. And he looked. And, yes, he kept on looking.

Did he ever find his name? No. But he found the next best thing: “William Ervolino.”

Perhaps you’ve heard of me. 

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