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Discussion in 'Glowing Bottle Tube Amp Forum' started by Torren61, Aug 1, 2021.
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I would buy a house someplace warm & as far from ANY humanity as is physically possible.
I’m sure humanity will be grateful.
NO WAY!!!!.........I can almost GUARANTEE the lottery winners on his show are the ones that are broke in three years. Money does NOT equal good taste.
I'll buy a ticket occasionally. It's fun to imagine what you cold do with a pile of cash. I used to think it was silly, throwing money at insanely long odds, a tax on people bad at math, yadda yadda. It dawned on me that I could improve my odds of winning dramatically, by buying a $2 ticket. Small downside, big potential payout, small price to pay for some fun daydreaming.
nope, not at all. can't believe people sometimes!
I’d spend half on booze, drugs, and friendly women. Then probably just waste the rest.
Odds of singularly winning the Powerball jackpot are 1 in 292.2 million. Odds of winning if you don't buy a ticket... 0.
I have fun with the lottery. I buy a single $2 ticket once a week. That's $104 a year. If I can't afford that, I'm not living life right and need to make changes to what I do, who I do it with, and what I spend my money on.
I buy that single $2 ticket and tell the small group I work with "When I win this, I'm buying us all a new building we can work in". It'll have 10 great offices, a great kitchen, a workout room, and covered parking (we get a lot of hail here).
The only things I would immediately spend the money on are an Eric Johnson Signature Strat (I don't need it--I've just always wanted one) and an SRT version of the Dodge Challenger. Together, the two will cost me about $50,000.
I'll spend a LOT of time thinking before I spend the rest.
Let's face it, people are struck by lightning every day or hit by falling meteorites. Regardless of the odds, things do happen.
Yeah, I thought that too! Lol!
Hire a "get back" guy (weekdays).
Buy a lot of cool stuff to give away at the first ever TDPRI convention (which I will spring for).
Something like this is what I'd have in mind for the Challenger:
Cars and guitars, man.
When I hit to big one I'm falling off the face of the Earth never to be heard from again. Seriously, traveling and sitting on a different beach every week will be my lifestyle. Probably never touch another guitar again as well.
Fund some dog rescue centres, try to help people and a paisley Tele for me. I have a home half way up mountain in Spain in a village we love, we already have a good comfortable life, so I would just like to pay it forward.
I'd start with a porsche GT3 and then hide from all my family and friends.......keep in mind I'm almost 70 I know them all to well.
Buy a 28' Bertram put a bracket with twin 350 Yamahas on it and a house on the water.
If I won a million bucks I wouldn’t even be able to quit my job. 5 mil, now yer talkin.
Anybody who wouldn’t radically change their lifestyle upon winning an ungodly amount of money really shouldn’t buy lottery tickets because you’ve already won the lottery of life.