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Posted by joeyjoe 2004-09-17 10:35:44


Would you rather be given $10,000 for your own use or $100,000 to give anonymously to strangers? What if you could keep $1,000,000 or give away $20,000,000?

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Posted by DGrant 2004-09-17 10:38:29


Sorry Joey, I'm not THAT altruistic - the only thing that would keep me from taking the money for myself is if the others wouldn't be able to manage without it. Otherwise, it's MINE, all MINE!

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Posted by KMF_NYC 2004-09-17 10:39:33


oh the dilema -- option one I'd rather give the 100k to friends who need it -- don't get me wrong, 10K in the pocket would be nice in the pocket, but not that much

the million???...selfishness is starting to creep in....

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Posted by Rathnait62 2004-09-17 10:39:59


What's my commission on the 20?

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Posted by touchmeinthemorning 2004-09-17 10:42:31


id like to buy my karma

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Posted by popcultureboy 2004-09-17 10:42:36


I wouldn't take money to only then give it away to complete strangers. If I could share the wealth amongst my friends and include myself (naturally) then I would.

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Posted by joeyjoe 2004-09-17 10:50:00


i'd go popculture's route... when it comes down to it, i need to take care of myself first... $10,000 wouldn't be enough to get me out of debt, but it would go along way toward getting me debt free... as far as the $1,000,000 goes, i think it would help redhot and i achieve some of our goals like owning our own businesses, a bakery for me and perhaps an all-Sondheim theater troupe for him...

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Posted by Rathnait62 2004-09-17 10:51:22


Can I be in the Sondheim troupe?? Can I??

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Posted by joeyjoe 2004-09-17 10:57:32


it would be his business... you'll have to do the casting couch with him, not me!

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Posted by lildogs 2004-09-17 11:03:11


I'd def give the $100k away--it would make you feel WAY better than the 10k for yourself!

now the million i would keep....

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Posted by popcultureboy 2004-09-17 11:04:51


joeyjoe, I really don't think the casting couch would work out at all well in this instance.

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Posted by mominator 2004-09-17 11:06:30


I think I'd rather give away the 100k, the million? Well that is a harder question. If invested right it could be worth more than 20 million someday, and then think of the good that could be done. (I know I know take off the rose colored glasses!)
B

Edited to fix spelling errors... (stupid dyslexia!)

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Posted by joeyjoe 2004-09-17 11:13:04


mom, great response!!!

popculture, i don't think so either... he wouldn't have a casting couch anyway... when it comes to Sondheim and redhot, you MUST stand on your own stage abilities...

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Posted by mominator 2004-09-17 11:17:35


Thanks joey!

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Posted by lildogs 2004-09-17 11:22:52


oh joeyjoe, everybody has a price, and Steve does like the young uns.....he is not made of stone (at least i don't think he is)

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Posted by joeyjoe 2004-09-17 11:27:07


actually, i was referring to redhot... i've heard rumours of Steve's proclivities...

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Posted by GovernorSlaton 2004-09-17 11:57:12


My Sondheim alarm went off...