Anyone got 10 grand to spare?

Jay Lovinger is looking for someone to pay his $10,000 entry fee into the World Series of Poker – here's why you should consider it.

Updated: May 10, 2005, 1:43 PM ET
By Jay Lovinger | Page 2

Back in the late 1940s and early '50s, when modern art was booming in America, the ultimate no-no for an artist was to be bourgeois – meaning anything middle class and tacky, like desiring large amounts of money and other material rewards. Modern artists were notorious for demonstrating that they were not, in any way, bourgeois by, for example, peeing on expensive living room rugs during parties given by their Park Avenue patrons. Finally, Andy Warhol decided the ultimate bourgeois thing ...

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