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How much would you spend? [POLL]

Topic closed. 81 replies. Last post 4 years ago by Ronnie316.

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If you won $29,925,000 from tonight's Powerball, what is the most you would spend on a mansion?

I wouldn't buy a new house [ 9 ]  [13.85%]
$100k-$500k [ 17 ]  [26.15%]
$501k-$1m [ 15 ]  [23.08%]
$1.1m-$3m [ 9 ]  [13.85%]
$3.1m-5m [ 6 ]  [9.23%]
More than $5m but less than $10m [ 4 ]  [6.15%]
Multiple houses under $1m-$2m [ 5 ]  [7.69%]
Total Valid Votes [ 65 ]  
Discarded Votes [ 5 ]  

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Posted: July 31, 2012, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

Perhaps a custom home would be nice........


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    Posted: July 31, 2012, 4:52 pm - IP Logged

    "Going Green" may also be a nice choice........

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        Posted: July 31, 2012, 6:08 pm - IP Logged

        I like your new Avatar Hearse! Makes me tired after a while though, wondering how far this guy (or gal?) is walking 24/7.  What?


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          Posted: August 1, 2012, 1:38 pm - IP Logged

          interesting enough mcginnin56, That little guy will make it around the earth once every year and a half even at its slow pace. Because mini hearse is working 24/7 he is making about the same pace my work truck makes racing around town a few hours a day.


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            interesting enough mcginnin56, That little guy will make it around the earth once every year and a half even at its slow pace. Because mini hearse is working 24/7 he is making about the same pace my work truck makes racing around town a few hours a day.

            Thanks for that mathematical determination Ronnie! Obviously you must have calculated the average stride length, at a constant pace, to figure

            out that monumental distance. Didn't realize that mini-Hearse had a "slower" pace. Wonder if we can convince maxi-Hearse to slow em' down for

            awhile, and give the little guy a break.  What?

             

            Little did you know that your Chevy truck and mini-Hearse's footsteps would have so much in common.  Idea


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              Posted: August 1, 2012, 7:10 pm - IP Logged

              Thanks for that mathematical determination Ronnie! Obviously you must have calculated the average stride length, at a constant pace, to figure

              out that monumental distance. Didn't realize that mini-Hearse had a "slower" pace. Wonder if we can convince maxi-Hearse to slow em' down for

              awhile, and give the little guy a break.  What?

               

              Little did you know that your Chevy truck and mini-Hearse's footsteps would have so much in common.  Idea

              Oh well, it was a scientific hypothesis that two objects both moving around 20, 000 miles per year might be going around the earth the sane number of times even tho one is like the tortoise that never stops moving and one is like the hare that runs frantically then sleeps.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YubN1MPVN-4