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Posted: September 30, 2010, 4:37 am - IP Logged

I would be content with a six-figure win, like $300,000 or so. I'd pay my parents back for all the money they've spent on school for me so far (plus an extra $40k for my mom to buy herself a new car. Her minivan has 180,000 miles on it and is falling apart), find myself a decent 1 bedroom apartment and continue going to school and working my part-time job and live life as normally as possible

I would be satisfied with a 10 to 15 million dollar win. Then I'd probably buy myself a modest house, set aside some money for my little brother to go to college, and put everything else in a trust fund that would pay out like $5k every month to each myself, my mom, and my dad. I'd probably set it up so that that's the only way money would come out so none of us would get overzealous with spending lol. (Anyone think that's a good idea btw?). I'd do some investing on the side and use any profits to replenish the trust fund. I have ADHD and I'd also love to establish some kind of center in my city and employ coaches and tutors to help kids and adults with ADHD

    rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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    Posted: September 30, 2010, 6:51 am - IP Logged

    Sounds like your heart's in the right place Hot Sauce.

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