Can you honestly admit......
15 Feb 07
I don't think it would to a huge degree, but it some ways yes. If I became rich my volunteering days would be fewer than now. I would most likely take the majority of that money and put it towards building something for my area, like an affordable preschool, for the low-income families in this area. Sponsor sports teams and music clubs in the local schools. Things like that and my time would be spent running or assisting in them to insure their success.
12 Feb 07
Yes I can honestly say that even if I were stinking rich it would not change the way I live or the people around me. The only way I will ever be stinking rich is if I was to win a lot of money and in that case I would share my good fortune with my family and special friends. Actually my husband and I do not have a lot of money, but we are stinking rich in other ways, and no amount of money could change that fact. Basically if I suddenly found this great amount of money was mine, I would give some to our son, set up a trust account for the grandchildren, help friends on a needs basis and donate the rest for research for kidney disease and dementia.
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11 Feb 07
Not only would I not change the way I act and the people I hang out with, I would not change the places that I shop. The way I see it, if I can go to Walmart and get cute clothes for a little bit of money, just think how many of those cute clothes I can get at Walmart with LOTS of money!!! I am a bargain hunter, have always been a bargain hunter, will always be a bargain hunter.
11 Feb 07
I have always been somewhat of a spender and I like to treat my friends well, so I would not change but we would have a lot more guitar jams. I just wonder how my being stinking rich would affect my friends.