Los Angeles Rams owner and Vegas Strip Inspector Clouseau impersonator (see, above) has a lot of money, most of which he can thank his wife for. That's because Kroenke's $7.7 billion fortune has come largely from developing shopping centers around her family's chain of hypermarket retail megaplexes, otherwise known as "Wal-Marts," so as you might expect, he's familiar with handling gigantic chunks of real estate. That's why it's so fitting that he's gone and purchased the largest piece of fenced in land in the United States to raise crops for low-income families and house Syrian refugees.
Oops, ya know what? We got that wrong. Kroenke bought the W.T. Waggoner Ranch as an alternate location for the Rams, which he will then use as leverage against the city of Los Angeles to get them to pay for a new stadiu....wait. Never mind -- we got it wrong again. Our apologies.
Kroenke bought 510,000 acres of contiguous land in North Texas for personal use. Hope he gets a deal from whatever clone army is hired to mow the grass, because that's a big ass lawn (and it's has already cost him close to a billion dollars).
Here's some more perspective on just how huge this place is...