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He won $3.4 million — then went back to work as janitor
Posted 7/8/11
He won $3.4 million — then went back to work as janitor
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Posted 7/8/11
one don't use the word janitor it's derogatory, secondly that's the smart thing to do, money doesn't make one truly happy and carelessly spending it on "stuff" is not a wise choice either. Hmm.. I am not really to sure what to think
Posted 7/8/11
That's a very interesting person. There's really no point in quitting something if you enjoy it. I don't know many old people who work for the money - most of them just want to interact and be useful/helpful to others.
Posted 7/8/11
Wow! he's very modest. and i agree with underlock, there's no point of quitting what you really enjoy doing.
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He won $3.4 million — then went back to work as janitor <-------------------Acting like a True Boss
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I would go back to work somewhere. I would get really bored. However, I think someone else would benefit if he/she had his job during these bad times.
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Posted 7/8/11
a man that is truely someone to look up to and speaks great wisdom and his action speaks for him i would really want to meet this guy but i doubt ill ever have a chance to meet him and get to know a person like him really interesting story thanks
Posted 7/8/11

habercrombie wrote:

However, I think someone else would benefit if he/she had his job during these bad times.


Agreed but disagreed. The man does more than a simple janitor. What are the odds of finding someone whose personality is so useful in the teen habitat which currently craves for good guidance?
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25 / M / Canada
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Posted 7/8/11
If I ever won the lottery, it'd be life as usual for me. I'd just use what I need to pay of any debt, and leave the rest as a buffer in a savings account. No point in changing my lifestyle, I'm quite content with something simple and low-key.
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Posted 7/8/11
Now there's a role model.
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Posted 7/8/11

underlock wrote:


habercrombie wrote:

However, I think someone else would benefit if he/she had his job during these bad times.


Agreed but disagreed. The man does more than a simple janitor. What are the odds of finding someone whose personality is so useful in the teen habitat which currently craves for good guidance?


He could always quit the job but remained involved in the other ways. He could volunteer rather than get paid.
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Posted 7/8/11
He made a wise and intelligent decision, and he is thankful for what he has. I admire him
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Posted 7/8/11
^ Yeah, just like you.
Posted 7/8/11
It's rare to find good, genuine people. It's nice to know there are still some left.
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