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    What if money were no object?

    I'd love to travel and spend time in the places I'm interested in, Iceland, Mexico, Japan and a number of other places around the world.

    Something thought provoking in this vdieo.



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    I'd fly to Edinburgh of course.


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    I would make my own movie or hire a director to make a movie for me. I really think someone should make a movie on the Joker.

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    I guess I wouldn't need to work then or go to school. I'd buy things for my family, travel, and donate.
    Quote Originally Posted by Saybrooke View Post
    I was at the gym once, and this woman was on the elliptical next to me, making motorcycle noises.

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    make big mirror fa worlds lands so check they assholes everyday
    ans lots but classfied

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    I'd go to Manchester

    someone I care about lives there





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    If money wasn't an object....

    I would make sure that my family were set up for life, I like my job but would cut back my hours, put money into a trust fund for my nephew's education (that little boy is getting an excellent education even if it kills me), since I'm not working so much I would get myself a dog. Add the standard ones in here as well.

    @CupidBoy I'm loving the Russell Tovey gif. He's really cute.

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    I'd also get ear enlargement surgery.

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    I would get the fuck out of the gone-to-the dogs, shit-hole, of Once-Great-Britain, the Disunited-Queendom, before it totally implodes under the weight of unchecked, non-intigrationist, Muslamic immigration, and ends up as yet another hell-hole under Shariah law.

    ie: I would travel the world.

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    Re: What if money were no object?

    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I'd also get ear enlargement surgery.
    why you got small ears.

    you do know that ears get bigger as you get older.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I'd fly to Edinburgh of course.

    I would go find this werewolf and comfort him.

    he looks like he needs a hug.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedRat View Post
    I would get the fuck out of the gone-to-the dogs, shit-hole, of Once-Great-Britain, the Disunited-Queendom, before it totally implodes under the weight of unchecked, non-intigrationist, Muslamic immigration, and ends up as yet another hell-hole under Shariah law.

    ie: I would travel the world.
    Antartica would probably the only place you'd be travelling to...?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    why you got small ears.

    you do know that ears get bigger as you get older.
    My ears are average sized, but I need them to be big so I can be more desirable to a certain someone.

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    Re: What if money were no object?

    Money isn't an object, it's just an idea.

    Owning stuff is just an idea.

    I thought I owned a beautiful laptop but our Romanian guest had another idea about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harke the Boeotarch View Post
    Money isn't an object, it's just an idea.

    Owning stuff is just an idea.
    I just had an 'A-ha' moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    My ears are average sized, but I need them to be big so I can be more desirable to a certain someone.
    don't change yourself dude. you are perfect as you are and if that certain person does not see that then he is not worthy of your love.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    don't change yourself dude. you are perfect as you are and if that certain person does not see that then he is not worthy of your love.
    I's spend my money how I want.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I's spend my money how I want.

    true my apologies. take care.




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    Given this...
    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedRat View Post
    I would get the fuck out of the gone-to-the dogs, shit-hole, of Once-Great-Britain, the Disunited-Queendom, before it totally implodes under the weight of unchecked, non-intigrationist, Muslamic immigration, and ends up as yet another hell-hole under Shariah law.

    ie: I would travel the world.
    I'd like to see London before it falls under Sharia law.

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    ^
    You're (almost) too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RazorzEdge88 View Post
    Given this...I'd like to see London before it falls under Sharia law.
    you silly racists. Sharia is proper and good.

    damn the queen and stone her.

    i'm just being silly.




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    If money were no object...

    I'd rent the honeymoon suite in the Toronto Four Seasons Hotel for PeTe's and my wedding night...


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    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    Antartica would probably the only place you'd be travelling to...?
    Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Poland, etc, etc, are top of my list ... Antarctica is the other end of the world. But I would love to visit it someday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    If money were no object...

    I'd rent the honeymoon suite in the Toronto Four Seasons Hotel for PeTe's and my wedding night...
    honey I would have the Queens suite at the Royal York for you.

    and what a wedding it would be.




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    Quote Originally Posted by star-warrior View Post
    I'd love to travel and spend time in the places I'm interested in, Iceland, Mexico, Japan and a number of other places around the world.

    Something thought provoking in this vdieo.

    Presumably, Watts' audience isn't the hungry poor.

    I frequently daydream about faraway exploits and have even managed to enjoy a few.

    But my day to day reality has its swell points, too. So much so that when I've been tempted to 'live for my passions' I remember that I love my quotidian riches even more.

    Now, if money were no object and this wasn't an imaginative exercise, you might find me aboard a decommissioned 747 remodeled to my liking, hopscotching around capitals with no fixed address.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PreTTy PeTe View Post
    honey I would have the Queens suite at the Royal York for you.

    and what a wedding it would be.
    You're right, PeTe! The Royal York is more romantic...The Four Seasons is considered a 5 star hotel, but the Royal York has history on its side (I stood there with my ex, Dave, once, back in 1998).


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    I'd get Cupids ears enlarged.
    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
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    There are many people and places I'd like to visit.

    There are also many subjects outside of those I've chosen that I'd love to study extensively. I would be forever a student.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    I'd also get ear enlargement surgery.
    You could have mine if you want.

    I have gigantic, elephantine, freakishly-grotesque, monstrously-huge, flapping, wing-nut, ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedRat View Post
    You could have mine if you want.

    I have gigantic, elephantine, freakishly-grotesque, monstrously-huge, flapping, wing-nut, ears.
    Nah, I'll just buy this mask, that should do the trick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CupidBoy View Post
    Nah, I'll just buy this mask, that should do the trick.

    "You may only be one person to the world, but you may also be the world to one person"
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedRat View Post
    Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Germany, Poland, etc, etc, are top of my list ... Antarctica is the other end of the world. But I would love to visit it someday.
    You want to visit a big sheet of ice?

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    Some cities cater to rich people. London is probably best at it; with money as no object, that's where our household would be based.
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    The caption under the video on the YouTube page makes no sense to me. It says that money is an "an illusion" that keeps you from "experiencing life to its fullest." Excuse me? The richer you are the more you get to travel, learn and experience the world and so much of what it has to offer. More money = more opportunities to live life comfortably by having all your basic necessities met and, yes, this enables you to "experience life to the fullest" since you are no longer laboring away to make ends meet. You can afford to branch out and follow your whims and explore.

    I mean, it's easy to just say things like "follow your heart, money is an illusion" but it's simply not practical for most people on the planet who are still just trying to cover the basics to support themselves and their families.

    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    Presumably, Watts' audience isn't the hungry poor.
    Yeah. It sounds like something well-off people would romanticize about. How money really doesn't mean all that much, but following your heart will make you "truly rich." Oh please. As if following your heart doesn't require money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    The caption under the video on the YouTube page makes no sense to me. It says that money is an "an illusion" that keeps you from "experiencing life to its fullest." Excuse me? The richer you are the more you get to travel, learn and experience the world and so much of what it has to offer. More money = more opportunities to live life comfortably by having all your basic necessities met and, yes, this enables you to "experience life to the fullest" since you are no longer laboring away to make ends meet. You can afford to branch out and follow your whims and explore.

    I mean, it's easy to just say things like "follow your heart, money is an illusion" but it's simply not practical for most people on the planet who are still just trying to cover the basics to support themselves and their families.



    Yeah. It sounds like something well-off people would romanticize about. How money really doesn't meant all that much, but following your heart will make you "truly rich." Oh please. As if following your heart doesn't require money.
    interestin wit world as is fa eons
    ans internet 2 invent wot suck up 1st world rich play their nose pickins

    while etc so on

    is sure travel is help folk find shoelaces one day

    thankyou
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    "classfied"<ha

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    I would settle in a new country every year, learn the language, culture, take tons of pictures, I would ask a JUBber to accompany me to do all that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronboy View Post
    You're right, PeTe! The Royal York is more romantic...The Four Seasons is considered a 5 star hotel, but the Royal York has history on its side (I stood there with my ex, Dave, once, back in 1998).
    I would love to meet you at Union Station and then run across to our suite at the Royal York.

    one day it will happen.

    so romantic it will be.




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    What if money were no object?
    I'd provide free healthcare to as many people as possible

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    I'd provide free healthcare to as many people as possible
    If money were no object, why stop with healthcare?
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    I would have several upscale apartments decked out to my taste. I'd hire a personal stylist who would manage my wardrobe. I would travel around the world with a Belami boy (if Elton John can do it why can't I?) I would visit those places you see on the Animal Planet and watch elephants have sex and tigers eat baby zebras. I would go back to uni and study for sake of knowledge with leading academics of our time, in between my world explorations. I'd fund STD vaccine research so every gay is vaccinated; then I wouldn't have to worry about which hottie I take home. and the list goes on....

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    If money were no object, why stop with healthcare?
    helping people get decent housing and adequate food would also be nice

    ...money for scholarships too


    and try to bring back some jobs


    problem is, if I tried to do all of those things, I think someone or some corporation would try to have me killed

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    I would buy a mansion on the Cape (ocean-adjacent) and just live it out there and occasionally do some traveling. I was never one for an extravagant lifestyle.

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    I'd be a student of the world for the rest of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I would buy a mansion on the Cape (ocean-adjacent) and just live it out there and occasionally do some traveling. I was never one for an extravagant lifestyle.
    Cape of Good Hope?
    Americans need to keep their guns so they can protect themselves from gun violence just like Nancy Lanza did. And like Chris Kyle did. And like Gabby Giffords did. And like Tom Clements did. And like Michael Piemonte. And Joseph Wilcox.

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    I would buy houses for the peole I love and then Iwould retire. Aahhhhh!

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    i wouldn't do shit.
    one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry

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    Quote Originally Posted by johaninsc View Post
    problem is, if I tried to do all of those things, I think someone or some corporation would try to have me killed
    I'm here for you.

    The bastards can try.
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    First, I'd do the usual things: pay off debt (mine, my brother's, and my mom's), donate to various organizations, upgrade to a nicer apartment or buy a house, and buy several frivolous items. Next, I'd take a few weeks to do nothing. After, I'd spend several months on an extensive road trip that I've been idly planning.

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    Re: What if money were no object?

    I am going to assume this "money is no object" scenario = ONE BILLION DOLLARS AFTER TAXES.

    Instead of spending the next three or four years going through the mechanics of my retirement (so that instead of maybe getting $25,000 for this stuff in bulk and quickly, I can perhaps add a zero to it...as the current situation stands), I would just tell a friend who lives 72 miles from here to just come and "work" the whole thing for me, while I am ELSEWHERE and neither of us are "underfoot" in the way of each other. He would also be allowed to buy my property for $1, with an agreement to make his best effort to eventually sell it, when he no longer needs the facilities, and pay me two-thirds of the proceeds from the sale. (He is also a rather desperate guy who could DEFINITELY use, and be grateful for, the job...and yes, I actually trust he would be "good" for this arrangement, as well as for the commission for selling the other stuff.)

    Most likely I would live in downtown Vancouver, as my PRINCIPAL residence. Do what I can to get a DUAL CITIZENSHIP.

    Have a second home somewhere in the United States. Boulder? Ann Arbor? Seattle/Portland? Manhattan NYC/Jersey City/Hoboken or...?

    More overseas traveling and perhaps, eventually, having a third home in some foreign place that I might really fall in love with.

    These homes (probably condos inside high-rises) don't really need to be anything opulent or elaborate, NOT AT ALL - just places where I can be, and be comfortable with amenities such as media that I enjoy, etc. Why would I need more than maybe four or five rooms? Something like Neverland would be entirely irrelevant and rather impractical, even though I'd be able to easily afford it.

    If I'm in a relationship, that person would likely live in one of my places, hopefully the Vancouver one.

    Take some of this wealth, and give it to some friends I know personally who could definitely make good use of it, not to people who are just going to blow it on frivolous things. (I think I generally can tell the difference.) This would include some people who I know from JUB (perhaps even including some I DON'T know, but I just see in here), a friend in Florida who has been homeless for years and definitely not by choice, a friend in Detroit who is on the verge of homelessness, a friend in Ann Arbor stuck in a hardscrabble part-time-job life with no benefits, etc. Some help for my siblings, but not as urgent because all three of them are in situations which are at least adequate. A widow friend in PA who has no relevant means of support, and both are/were too young for any Social Security to be involved. $20 or $25 million should take care of all this stuff that I'd want to do. Of course this is an incomplete list...

    In the world of political donations, emulate Sheldon Adelson - but not catering to "the dark side" as he does.

    STILL eat at places like Golden Corral buffets, some chicken restaurants I know, some random Indian restaurant on Devon Avenue in Chicago, a gcreasy spoon diner in central New Jersey, etc. - because I like the food. Still eat bananas, Moser Roth dark chocolate from Aldi, turkey noodle soup made from leftovers, pancakes made from Bette's Oceanview Diner buckwheat pancake mix, Ritz Crackers, steamed vegetables, a Labatt's or a Blue Moon, etc. Still enjoy playing Scrabble in Indianapolis. Still enjoy going to the weekly music parties in Oregon when I have the chance. Still have the great conversations with people like centexfarmer, Sausy, mikeylove, thad1847, swerve, pianist, rationallunacy, GL *and* G-Lexington...as well as many other JUB people current and past (and including some I haven't even talked to much, yet)...I could go on and on.

    A billion dollars isn't going to suddenly cause me to enjoy skiing, golf, or polo...or travel to Ibiza and Puerto Vallarta in lieu of more-authentic destinations (such as Montevideo, Croatia, Bangkok, Fortaleza, Cape Town, Rome, Warsaw, Toronto, Sapporo)...or lose my taste for Ritz Crackers, a nice occasional beer, or great chicken-fried steak and replace it with a taste for truffles and for some really ridiculously pricey $300 plate of exotic French food and 1948 vintage wine. That French plate isn't going to suddenly become my favorite food because it's $300. I would probably just rather have my own chili.

    Not likely I would suddenly start going around in $3,500 clothes and $2,000 shoes - OK I'd probably buy $100 American shoes instead of the cheap Walmart shit that lasts six months, but I'd still be wearing thrift shop Hawaiian shirts and jeans, etc.

    I don't need even CLOSE to $1Bn to accomplish all this.

    And...oh yeah...I wouldn't work anymore.
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    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - We need a 28th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution which resembles this...NOW!

    VOTING: Just remember: "Be careful of what you DON'T wish for. You might just get it." GET OUT AND VOTE for what you DO wish for.

    "I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do, because I notice it always coincides with their own desires" - Susan B. Anthony

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    Going to buy the things I wanted like Camera, Video games and hanging out with friends. Also wanted to go traveling, so many places I want to visit.

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    Ohh God, I really want to answer this questin before work, but I have to leave in five minutes and I only type about 1 hundred words per minute.

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