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Their order/weighting is what varies. For some, looks is an uasolbte prerequisite. If you ain't got it, forget about it. Humor or intelligence is often second (though you really can't be much fun if you're short in the neural department. Most people don't have that much money for it to play a significant part, but if you got heaps, no doubt you'll have no trouble attracting a large part of humanity who are willing to forget about your other shortcomings ugly, nasty, rich idiots can be surprisingly popular.Like attracts like. Money attracts the rest.

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