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whats the best things in life money can buy you?

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Posted: January 23, 2010, 6:14 pm - IP Logged

its a spin on 

The Best Things In Life Are Free
and all the other topics of what you "would" spend your lotto win/money on

 

but am more intrested in this,

what do you all think is the best things money CAN buy you

 

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for my own input ,to get things started:

 

Reach/farm the size of small county out in the country,

and have a fiber fiberoptic  line that cost a small fortune connected to it, so i be "connected" to outside world with insane net speeds, for gaming and such things

 

also owning a priavte jet for world traval, and my own helicopter for short distance traval,

and my own staff to serve me day and nite, such as a cook, personal assistant for the chores,  and  a body guard to feel safer,

 

thats the best stuff i think money can buy, whats your take everyone?

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    Posted: January 23, 2010, 6:22 pm - IP Logged

    ...what do you all think is the best things money CAN buy you"" 

     

    quite simply piece of mind...

    "No matter how bad things may get, I'd like to thank my middle finger

    for always sticking up for me.."

     


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      Posted: January 23, 2010, 6:29 pm - IP Logged

      Financial Freedom and an early retirement : )

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        Posted: January 23, 2010, 6:37 pm - IP Logged

        its a spin on 

        The Best Things In Life Are Free
        and all the other topics of what you "would" spend your lotto win/money on

         

        but am more intrested in this,

        what do you all think is the best things money CAN buy you

         

        ---------------------------

        for my own input ,to get things started:

         

        Reach/farm the size of small county out in the country,

        and have a fiber fiberoptic  line that cost a small fortune connected to it, so i be "connected" to outside world with insane net speeds, for gaming and such things

         

        also owning a priavte jet for world traval, and my own helicopter for short distance traval,

        and my own staff to serve me day and nite, such as a cook, personal assistant for the chores,  and  a body guard to feel safer,

         

        thats the best stuff i think money can buy, whats your take everyone?

        Lets See, A beautiful Mansion,  which I could turn into a Home fill with Love and Peace...but money can't buy a Home fully loaded with peace and love!  And I already have Peace and a lot of Love!!! 

        OH...I know.... A Silver Shadow Rolls!!!   Yess!Hyper

        forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

        Now, does it count??

         

         

        *Jr$ina

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          Posted: January 23, 2010, 6:52 pm - IP Logged

          Matrerial things are fleeting, but the freedom to do what you want to do when you want to do it, all the time is something so few have. I'll go with that.

          Those who run the lotteries love it when players look for consistency in something that's designed not to have any.

          Lep

          There is one and only one 'proven' system, and that is to book the action. No matter the game, let the players pick their own losers.

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            Matrerial things are fleeting, but the freedom to do what you want to do when you want to do it, all the time is something so few have. I'll go with that.

            I wish that for you Coin!!  And the Health ( which you can't buy with money) to do it!!

            forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

            Now, does it count??

             

             

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              Posted: January 23, 2010, 7:11 pm - IP Logged

              its a spin on 

              The Best Things In Life Are Free
              and all the other topics of what you "would" spend your lotto win/money on

               

              but am more intrested in this,

              what do you all think is the best things money CAN buy you

               

              ---------------------------

              for my own input ,to get things started:

               

              Reach/farm the size of small county out in the country,

              and have a fiber fiberoptic  line that cost a small fortune connected to it, so i be "connected" to outside world with insane net speeds, for gaming and such things

               

              also owning a priavte jet for world traval, and my own helicopter for short distance traval,

              and my own staff to serve me day and nite, such as a cook, personal assistant for the chores,  and  a body guard to feel safer,

               

              thats the best stuff i think money can buy, whats your take everyone?

              I have always heard the saying "Money can't buy you love." My response has always been, "Money can't buy me love, but it can sure pay for a good lay." Naughty  ROFL

               

              The best things money can buy me is:

              1. The time to help people that are in need of financial help to get on their feet.
              2. Private tutors for my kids.
              3. Top notch physicians for the family.
              4. The happiness a parent feels when the desire to spoil the kids is satisfied. (Spoil within reason. Not bratty spoil.)
              5. The happiness a spouse feels when the desire to spoil the wife/husband with tokens of love is fulfilled.
              6. A 10 bedroom house with 4 acres of yard with perfect grass that is dark-dark green year round and never has weeds, dog/cat pee, or dog/cat poop.
              7. A John Deere riding mower to cut said yard. (therapy)
              8. A car that never gets pooped on by birds.
              9. The ability to shop 'til I drop, then crawl.
              10. The ultimate pick'em up truck. (Black with black interior and limo tint on the windows and a seat that fits my butt only.)(bird poop proof)

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                Posted: January 23, 2010, 7:16 pm - IP Logged

                ...what do you all think is the best things money CAN buy you"" 

                 

                quite simply piece of mind...

                I Agree! Knowing that if a situation arrives, one won't have to worry about medical bills or other problems like that. Also, being able to do the things you've always wanted to do and money not being an issue.

                "No one remembers the person who almost climbed the mountain, only the person who eventually gets to the top."

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                  I have always heard the saying "Money can't buy you love." My response has always been, "Money can't buy me love, but it can sure pay for a good lay." Naughty  ROFL

                   

                  The best things money can buy me is:

                  1. The time to help people that are in need of financial help to get on their feet.
                  2. Private tutors for my kids.
                  3. Top notch physicians for the family.
                  4. The happiness a parent feels when the desire to spoil the kids is satisfied. (Spoil within reason. Not bratty spoil.)
                  5. The happiness a spouse feels when the desire to spoil the wife/husband with tokens of love is fulfilled.
                  6. A 10 bedroom house with 4 acres of yard with perfect grass that is dark-dark green year round and never has weeds, dog/cat pee, or dog/cat poop.
                  7. A John Deere riding mower to cut said yard. (therapy)
                  8. A car that never gets pooped on by birds.
                  9. The ability to shop 'til I drop, then crawl.
                  10. The ultimate pick'em up truck. (Black with black interior and limo tint on the windows and a seat that fits my butt only.)(bird poop proof)

                  aahmmm Perdue, It may pay for a lay......but not necessarily a Good one!

                  forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

                  Now, does it count??

                   

                   

                  *Jr$ina

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                    aahmmm Perdue, It may pay for a lay......but not necessarily a Good one!

                    Sure it does. Some of the best lays I've ever had was when I had enough money to upgrade my hotel room. My goal is to get the ultimate lay. The toe-curling, teeth gritting, eye-rolling lay, by experiencing an extremely posh hotel room. I intend to lay-lay-lay-lay-& lay until they tell me to get the heck out. I just hope they have good cable. ROFL     LOL

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                      Perdue...You need a new definition of what is a good Lay, One day maybe God will smile on you  (like HE did me, when HE sent me my Beloved Husband) and send you That Person, to love deeply and madly and overboard, Then you will know!!! And money my friend,  can't buy you That!!!

                      forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

                      Now, does it count??

                       

                       

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                        Perdue...You need a new definition of what is a good Lay, One day maybe God will smile on you  (like HE did me, when HE sent me my Beloved Husband) and send you That Person, to love deeply and madly and overboard, Then you will know!!! And money my friend,  can't buy you That!!!

                        Just pulling your leg. Lay as in lay in the bed. The best lay as in the most comfortable bed I've ever laid in, with the softest sheets I've ever laid on and the plushest carpet I've ever walked across, topped off with the ultimate bathroom of luxury.Naughty ROFL

                        Not bump-ugly lay.

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                          All of the above plus i'd have the "twins" put back up where they used to be. not bigger ..just back in place.

                          Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                          For a lead role in a cage?

                           

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                            Just pulling your leg. Lay as in lay in the bed. The best lay as in the most comfortable bed I've ever laid in, with the softest sheets I've ever laid on and the plushest carpet I've ever walked across, topped off with the ultimate bathroom of luxury.Naughty ROFL

                            Not bump-ugly lay.

                            Alwright!!! Now you are closer to the neighborhood!!I Agree!

                            forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

                            Now, does it count??

                             

                             

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                              All of the above plus i'd have the "twins" put back up where they used to be. not bigger ..just back in place.

                              Yes Sully girl!  the twins have not gone down too far, but a little jolt-up won't hurt!!

                              forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

                              Now, does it count??

                               

                               

                              *Jr$ina