(About the book This Land Was Made for You and Me (But Mostly Me):
Billionaires in the Wild):
...McCall and Letterman present a gleefully over-the-top catalog of excess
and vice, indulged in without a hint of shame or social conscious by
the oblivious one-percenters they've created to endure their broad mockery.
The book describes several ostentatious monuments to wealth and
exploitation, including one billionaire's Montana hunting lodge that
has its own indoor landing strip, another's mile-long fireplace that
requires a full-time fire-control crew to take care of the sixty blazes
that burn within it, and a tube made from hollowed-out redwood trees
that extends the width of the country...