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numbah16tdhaha
02/07/2010

Money 3

I try not to get too hung up on money. People lose there minds when they chase what they aren't supposed to have. They get ass deep in debt trying to look rich, and for what? Now you're cutting back to the point of living like me, and to make shit worse, assholes like me that managed our shit right are buying your pool tables and crap at deep discounts on Craigslist and such bullshit so you can keep paying your redonkulous bills. That pool table is mega fun, by the way. I still won't advocate dismantling the system and throwing capitalism under the bus, though. I like the options afforded me and hope they stay that way. I wonder what I should buy off of some schmuck next...

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Wiseguy
02/07/2010

Money 4

Human nature is what it is. Money has little to do with it.

Neverind the good money has done, like the effect its having in Haiti.

We're seeing the best and worst human nature can display down there. I suppose water is the root of evil as well. People are getting seriously hurt over it. Throw food in there too.

Liberals like to bitch about the evil that money is. It's not society's problem that you turned out to be a low rung on the latter, its your problem.

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Gris
02/06/2010

Money 5

Yeah, it turns out that money can Totally buy happiness.


http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/29109.php

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ayn
02/06/2010

Money 5

I was born poor and I've stayed that way ever since. I would be lying if I said I didn't want money because I do. But more importantly, I want what money can buy: I want freedom. Freedom to leave town on a whim. Freedom to quit work and take care of my terminally ill grandmother. Freedom to take a vacation or buy something completely stupid just because I want it at the moment. Freedom from the worry that I might not be able to pay my cell phone bill or car insurance. I think that to have that freedom would be to have peace and happiness, the biggest desires one can have. And maybe it turns out that money can't buy happiness, but damned if I don't want to find out for myself.

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LadyJesusFan77 7
02/06/2010

Money 3

I don't necessarily care to be the richest person around, but all I need is enough to get me by in this life, and that's all that matters to me. Riches don't necessarily mean happiness.

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JFI
02/06/2010

Money 2

Gone terribly wrong when stopped being means and became the goal.

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irishgit
01/05/2010

Money 4

It is my considered opinion, backed by experience, that when someone tells you money doesn't matter to them it is time to take a firm grip on your wallet and get ready to take a kick in the nuts.

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Djahuti
01/04/2010

Money 1

The root of all evil.The desire for money causes all sorts of atrocities,including murder,deception,robbery,dishonesty,fraud and getting out of a perfectly comfortable bed to go to some shitty job.

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Chalky
01/04/2010

Money 5

In my experience, people who say that money doesn't matter tend to be people who have money. That being said, I think money helps a lot, especially these days. It doesn't necessarily translate into happiness, but it buys cool stuff. I also think people who are born or marry into money are totally aloof to the concept too.

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FranksWildYear s
01/04/2010

Money 3

As Bernadette Peters's character said when she and Steve Martin were left destitute by a lawsuit in the movie The Jerk "It's not the money that I'll miss, it's all the stuff."

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Victor83
01/04/2010

Money 4

Money, like power, is neither good nor bad unto itself. It depends on the application.
For puropses of security and an enhanced ability to help others, I see money as a positive.

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jedi58
01/04/2010

Money 2

Money is one of the most craved after things in most countries, but not by everyone. For most people who crave money it's not about the money itself but about what it means for them - either power or material goods.

Greed however is not a nice behavioural trait, it corrupts people and can motivate people in ways which are not pleasant. Of course, with wealth it is possible to do a lot of good, but that is not always the case.

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CastleBee
04/01/2005

Money 4

I don't love money. But since it's very hard to do much without it I will not deny that I would certainly like to have more of it. I would love to become completely debt-free, build a dream house, travel more often, and have enough to retire and live on the interest. If I were to suddenly be in this position I would stay busy doing various things to help both people and animals, have fun going nuts with landscaping and interior decoration projects I've always wanted to do, take art classes, write a book, build a stable and buy some horses. And, of course, before I did any of the above I would tell my current supervisor to kiss my corgi's fuzzy backside.

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Faldara
05/03/2004

Money 3

I've built a few fantasies around what I'd do if I won a lot of money, but it doesn't occupy much of my time. I think most of us would like the experience of having all the money we want, but having enough to get by on without worry would satisfy me.

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kolby1973
02/16/2004

Money 3

I don't generally crave money except for certain times of the month when bills are due. If I am behind and don't have enough money to pay all of them, I start jonesing for that cash, and eventually just call my boyfriend and he pays the rest of them. If he had his way he would pay them all...but other than that...I don't dream of money alot. I do buy lottery tickets about once a week though, and have thought about what I would do if I won that.

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tvtator
02/16/2004

Money 3

It would pay the bills, and allow me to buy stuff I have always wanted. Honestly it's not something I always crave.

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forgotten hero
09/07/2003

Money 4

In this day and age you don't necessarily want money but instead you need it. Not that many things are free anymore.

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Spaz
08/22/2003

Money 4

I desire money...of course, who doesn't? But i think it is not important in life or should not be my top goal to achieve, money causes many problems and strife, and can lead to many horrible things. Of course i would love to have a enough money to live a comfortable life, and not worry about paying the bills, but not so much that i am being foolish with it, because that is where problems occur.

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Redoedo
07/18/2003

Money 5

We all want money. Money is what makes the world go around. Millions and millions of Americans struggle just to pay the bills, and rarely have enough money to do anything special for themselves and their families. However, while extra money can be a good thing, wealthiness is another. When people have more money than they know what to do with, they often become spoiled and selfish, forgetting where they came from and becoming downright snobs. That is why I sometimes question as to whether or not I would want to be dirt rich or not. However, some extra money to make ends meet wouldn't hurt any of us.

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