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If I won the lottery I would...What fun stuff would you do if you won the lottery? Feel free to approach this thread however you like, but I'm looking for the exciting things you would do with a huge sum of money.I'd love to travel to many different places such as Alaska, Hawaii, Canada, Montana, etc...One of my dreams is to buy a really nice motorhome and travel around the US and Canada for a full year and see everything there is to see.
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Cut a check to all of my friends and acquaintances and coworkers, and share a little of the wealth. Not too much, mind you, but some. (If I tell everyone that, then maybe someday *I'll* get a check for a thousand bucks!)
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I'd do the same. In fact I think I might pay for a dozen friends to do a 3 week vacation with me in that motorhome.
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I would buy one of those abandoned missile silos out west, and convert it into an airsoft arena. (Airsoft is like paintball but cleaner) I would bring all of my friends there to work for huge salaries, giving them consulting positions that required almost no effort.I would also set up trusts for my wife's nieces and my family up north.Travel... I always wanted to see Italy, Japan, Greece, Ireland New Zealand and England. Action figure, I always wanted to have an action figure made of me, so I could splurge and have that done too.Later
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I already have an action figure of you.
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I hope it's not the anatomically correct version. Just thinking about that makes me ill.
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Buy a fantastic house with themed rooms and keep a harem of hot men!!!!!BAHAHAHAHA!
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I would retire from my present job ( software development), and start a Book publishing house. Edited by: Wishwas at: 4/1/06 9:20 am
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FrankNo, not the anatomically correct version. I'm allergic to shrimp.
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Travel the world & buy a Lamborghini "But Liberty, as we all know, cannot flourish in a country that is permanently on a war footing, or even a near-war footing. Permanent crisis justifies permanent control of everybody and everything by the agencies of the central government."- Aldous Huxley
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