our local newspaper has a "person on the street" column every week. Last week the question was what people would do with 600,000,000. Most of the answers were, as usual, stupid, like "I'd pay off all my debts"--which demands the follow-up, "Yeah, and what would you do with the other 599,999,950?" Anyways, the only sensible answer came from a young guy: "No one should have that much money."
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Amen here too, Al. Winning would wipe out ones life as they know it before winning. Sure, I need lots of repairs to my home, the foundation, new electric, new plumbing, security system, kitchen remodled, etc. But -- why bother? Just get a new home. But, but, but I love this home. Memories are here.
A couple of new cars? I don't go anywhere, nor do I want to. Get a gardener? Now that change I could live with
I'd need a fence around my place, a business manager, and all the requests for donations would drive me crazy.
I'd give my kids big bucks and ruin their chances at living a normal life a learning things that trials and tribulations bring one.
A whole lot of other reasons too. All that doesn't stop me from buying a ticket now and then. Boggles the mind!
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