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Twelve years ago, Nicolas Berggruen sold his apartment, which was filled with French antiques, on the 31st floor of the Pierre Hotel in Manhattan. He said he no longer wanted to be weighed down by physical possessions. He did the same with his Art Deco house on a private island near Miami. From that point on he would be homeless.

Now he keeps what little he owns in storage and travels light, carrying just his iPhone, a few pairs of jeans, a fancy suit or two, and some white monogrammed shirts he wears until they are threadbare. At 51, the diminutive Berggruen is weathered, but still youthful, with unkempt brown hair and stubble. There

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He's technically homeless but he's not without a place to stay. He's not like the real homeless.

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It might be interesting sleeping in a different place each week.

But then there are some 'material possessions' that I must have. :laugh:

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Yea, I wouldnt call him homeless. Maybe a vagabond or something like that. And the fact that he still has all that money, he isnt really suffering like the real homeless.

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It might be interesting sleeping in a different place each week.

But then there are some 'material possessions' that I must have. :laugh:

we know about your *hem* toys

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