I would assume that folks who buy a Monet or Picasso, and build wine cellars, are in pretty good shape financially--surely not without a shelter (or two or three?) for themselves and possessions.
Fine and dandy.
Now I read in The Times (Westside Section) of June 24 that if you've got too much and not sure where to hang it (hide it?), deluxe warehouse storage is available. For the moment, the very rich are having their surplus problem assuaged.
Do they have any idea of how adequate and affordable housing for the homeless and working poor can be obtained?