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what would you do
Posted 7/30/17 , edited 7/30/17
Lol at people who think 1.2 million is a lot of money.
I'd still be working..
Posted 7/30/17 , edited 7/30/17
some interesting answers..
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ninjitsuko wrote:


YouGottobeFockingKidding wrote:
Ok son, just don't hurt your self.


Remember life is more grander when you don't over complicate it!


I find life significantly boring without accepting and understanding the complexities of life. But to each their own, amigo.


>> you find life boring? really that is sad
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That's not what he said. He said it's boring when one doesn't accept and understand the complexities. He obviously does understand the complexities unlike others who think they can retire, buy a bunch of toys, and have fun on $1.2M.

Depending upon the state you live in, if a US citizen, as much as 50% will be gone in taxes alone. The rest won't last very long without understanding the complexities of life. That's where the fun comes in. Free money is never really free
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MysteryMiss wrote:
>> you find life boring? really that is sad


Pretty much what Morbius said here:


Morbius1 wrote:

That's not what he said. He said it's boring when one doesn't accept and understand the complexities. He obviously does understand the complexities, unlike others who think they can retire, buy a bunch of toys, and have fun on $1.2M.


It's not that I find life boring, I find the idea of simplifying life into little compartments without understanding, accepting, or appreciating that life is a complex thing (from life to death, changing from individual to individual, and so forth). Whereas, I was suggested to not view life in such complexities - rather, I should simplify them. That's what I find boring. I like looking at how things "mesh" together and how the world around me functions, impacts, and changes me.
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I would finish school comftorably not having to worry about getting a part time job, and then svae up, invest.

RE-pay my parents for everything.
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I would continue to work, plus 1.2 million isn't much money nowadays. It would slip through your fingers fast, buy one brand new car and half your money is gone already, buy a brand new middle class house and your money is gone, live in a apartment, the longest you could probably live with it is like four, maybe five years. If I had it, I would probably invest it into something good or at least worth it, that way I would earn at least some back and help towards a good cause, my second choice would be to put it into my bank account and let the interest take over, over the years, I would have more afterwards. Over time, that money would be probably be worth even less though, so I probably would just save it for my daughters college or spend it on my college. I would honestly love to have her, have an amazing start on life though, I maybe thinking too early though xD Because she won't be that far until like 18-20 years from now.


The fuck kind of car are you buying that uses half of 1.2 million dollars?
Ferrari or Porsche is only barely approaching that

And in general, it depend on where you live. Big city apartment and it's gone in 1-5 years (dependent on where, how upscale, etc.) Apartment where I go to college and you could probably rent the space for 20+ years
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kawosaki wrote:

Lol at people who think 1.2 million is a lot of money.
I'd still be working..


That is a lot of money...

But yeah I'd still working. Million goes to savings, $200,000 goes to helping fam.
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