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At the Forbes fête, guests were left musing what money can't buy when Forbes publisher Rich Karlgaard got up to toast his guests of honor. Discoursing at such length, he exhausted the attention span of his unsober audience. Chewing what looked like a handful of gumballs ("I don't care if it is Nicorette," sniped an offended attendee), Mr. K talked on and on until a distracted din began to rise. Karlgaard then gently requested his guests' undivided attention, hollering into his mic "SHUT UP!!!"