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What would you do with $640 Million Dollars?

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  • Lord DaveLord Dave Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    Some states have a lottery tax in addition to the federal income tax you'd pay at 25%.
    CA doesn't, so here you'd end up with $345,000,000 after taxes, if you took the lump sum.

    I would buy Monty a Tesla to poop in and mansion for Shambler Milk.
    To poop in.

    Lord Dave on
    Denny's is for winners.
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  • MysstMysst King Monkey of Hedonism IslandRegistered User regular
    Rolo wrote: »
    $25,000 would be life changing to me right now. I could buy a used SUV, pay off our debt and put a downpayment on a decent house.

    That's all I really want.

    $25 000 would still leave me $10 000 in the hole with tuition fees.

    Just another few years and I can declare bankruptcy though!

    Sweet, sweet bankruptcy.

    it's still less than what is there currently!

  • GriswoldGriswold ...I use bowsRegistered User regular
    No, you can remain anonymous.

    this actually varies from state to state


  • Clint EastwoodClint Eastwood now i've got you in my space i won't let go of youRegistered User regular
    i would fund a new biannual porn series named Mouth Agape

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  • Johnny ChopsockyJohnny Chopsocky Scootaloo! We have to cook! Grillin' HaysenburgersRegistered User regular
    Shit, I'd be over the goddamn moon with the 250,000 or even the 10,000 prizes. Especially since I bought the multiplier. I could render myself debt-free, spruce up the car, get a giant ass TV and a new computer and still have enough left to feed the retirement fund a full money meal.

    But damn, the thought of half a billion to my name is really appealing.

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  • Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I got the shotgun, you got the briefcase It's all in the game though, right?Registered User, ClubPA regular
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

  • AneurhythmiaAneurhythmia Registered User regular
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Construct a giant laser.

    That thing you're thinking of? Yes, it'll be able to do that.

    Write CHA on the moon?

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  • LarlarLarlar Super Moderator, Moderator, ClubPA mod
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

    You're definitely more than half the sum of your lumps.

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  • HeadCreepsHeadCreeps Somnambulist SocietyRegistered User regular
    Rolo wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    Boo all you want. It may be inconvenient to the daydream, but it is very true.

    Money doesn't solve all problems, not unless its slowly acquired over long periods of time (which solves many problems, but still not all of them). Rocketing into the 1% from nothing is a great way to end up miserable and alone (unless you pay for friends, that is).

    the friends i have now are friends with me despite the fact that i'm broke as a joke

    and i wouldn't have a problem giving that small group money

    pay for friends? fuck that shit

    Yeah for real. This prize is big enough to where I could build a neighborhood for just me and my closest friends/immediate family and set everyone up with enough money to never have to work again.

    At which point all of your friends will either:

    1) Feel compelled to be friends with you weather or not they continuously feel that way due to owing you such a huge debt
    2) Feel compelled to try and get more money out of you
    3) Both.

    Well that's their problem, not mine.

    You wouldn't be bothered by the fact the people around you may well hate you and not show it due to debt? That the woman who supposedly loves you may feel entirely trapped by your relationship and stay only for the money and comfort you are providing? Every day, every glance, a question. Is there any honesty in your little "paradise" you have created? Or is just all debt and farce?

    How do you know that when you're poor? Have some faith that your friends aren't all fakes and that you're not actually a secret asshole and your problem is solved.



    Everyone I hang out with pretends to like me because they believe one day I'll be rich and they'll be able to just mooch off of me for the rest of their lives.

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  • MorivethMoriveth Nobody suspects a thing... Registered User regular
    Pay off my debts

    Buy a nice house

    Help my parents/immediate family out financially

    Buy all the pornography

    Buy a house to keep said pornography in

  • Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I got the shotgun, you got the briefcase It's all in the game though, right?Registered User, ClubPA regular
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

    You're definitely more than half the sum of your lumps.

    This is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.

  • SheriSheri Resident Fluffer My Living RoomRegistered User regular
    Alas

    We cannot buy Mega Millions here

    Also I never win anything so

  • EncEnc FloridaRegistered User regular
    Rolo wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    Boo all you want. It may be inconvenient to the daydream, but it is very true.

    Money doesn't solve all problems, not unless its slowly acquired over long periods of time (which solves many problems, but still not all of them). Rocketing into the 1% from nothing is a great way to end up miserable and alone (unless you pay for friends, that is).

    the friends i have now are friends with me despite the fact that i'm broke as a joke

    and i wouldn't have a problem giving that small group money

    pay for friends? fuck that shit

    Yeah for real. This prize is big enough to where I could build a neighborhood for just me and my closest friends/immediate family and set everyone up with enough money to never have to work again.

    At which point all of your friends will either:

    1) Feel compelled to be friends with you weather or not they continuously feel that way due to owing you such a huge debt
    2) Feel compelled to try and get more money out of you
    3) Both.

    Well that's their problem, not mine.

    You wouldn't be bothered by the fact the people around you may well hate you and not show it due to debt? That the woman who supposedly loves you may feel entirely trapped by your relationship and stay only for the money and comfort you are providing? Every day, every glance, a question. Is there any honesty in your little "paradise" you have created? Or is just all debt and farce?

    How do you know that when you're poor? Have some faith that your friends aren't all fakes and that you're not actually a secret asshole and your problem is solved.

    Not really, It's not about faith, it's about fact. When you are poor, all you have to offer is compassion and friendship. The relationships are more honest.

    If you do something like what he suggests, no matter how awesome your friends are they will no longer be able to act the same because the entire dynamic your friendship was based upon, equality/respect/whatever is now gone. If your best friend buys you a house and then does something to piss you off by being a dick, most likely you will not teat him the same way you would without the house purchase. That's a weight on you, something that will keep you from taking the actions you would otherwise. Likely you will smile and bear it because of that debt.

    Spending that kind of money on people is effectively the same thing as controlling them, whether or not that is your intention, that's what ends up happening. You may end up with similar relationships, but they wont be the same as before. This isn't a pessimism thing. It's fact. There are tons of books written about the subject, entire manuals and an entire advocacy industry on how to mitigate the effects of sudden wealth to play down these issues.

    Now, if you were to slowly acquire wealth over time, your friendships and whatnot evolve with it and things are less likely to change. But being thrust into mega-rich causes these sorts of rifts in the most everyday and awesome groups.

    Winning the lottery and everything being peachy keen forever and ever is a daydream. You will have problems, different ones, but in my opinion worse ones than being poor. At least when you are struggling to make rent you know people are being authentic to you and not forcing smiles.

    Guns make you stupid. Better to fight your wars with duct tape. Duct tape makes you smart.
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  • Al_watAl_wat Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    Griswold wrote: »
    Al_wat wrote: »
    Griswold wrote: »
    Al_wat wrote: »
    idiot tax

    every discussion about the lottery has got to have one goose that makes this fucking comment

    it's not an original thought, it reeks of condescension, and most people who've bought lottery tickets realize that their odds of winning aren't exactly great

    i don't see anybody busting your balls for whatever stupid way you choose to waste a few bucks

    I'm happy I pissed off at least one person with that comment

    alternate statement: take me less seriously

    no. I MUST RAGE DISPROPORTIONATELY

    it's ok, we'll see who has the last laugh when i use my winnings to buy a trebuchet and siege your residence

    I'm going to take my winnings and legally rename the word "lottery" to "idiot tax"

    Also fund a world series of pissing contests

    Al_wat on
  • DichotomyDichotomy Registered User regular
    truly, the rich carry a terrible burden

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  • MysstMysst King Monkey of Hedonism IslandRegistered User regular
    Moriveth wrote: »
    Pay off my debts

    Buy a nice house

    Help my parents/immediate family out financially

    Buy all the pornography

    Buy a house to keep said pornography in

    if I win I promise to buy a pornographer

    ya like DivineBitches.com, right?

  • BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    Enc wrote: »
    Rolo wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    Boo all you want. It may be inconvenient to the daydream, but it is very true.

    Money doesn't solve all problems, not unless its slowly acquired over long periods of time (which solves many problems, but still not all of them). Rocketing into the 1% from nothing is a great way to end up miserable and alone (unless you pay for friends, that is).

    the friends i have now are friends with me despite the fact that i'm broke as a joke

    and i wouldn't have a problem giving that small group money

    pay for friends? fuck that shit

    Yeah for real. This prize is big enough to where I could build a neighborhood for just me and my closest friends/immediate family and set everyone up with enough money to never have to work again.

    At which point all of your friends will either:

    1) Feel compelled to be friends with you weather or not they continuously feel that way due to owing you such a huge debt
    2) Feel compelled to try and get more money out of you
    3) Both.

    Well that's their problem, not mine.

    You wouldn't be bothered by the fact the people around you may well hate you and not show it due to debt? That the woman who supposedly loves you may feel entirely trapped by your relationship and stay only for the money and comfort you are providing? Every day, every glance, a question. Is there any honesty in your little "paradise" you have created? Or is just all debt and farce?

    How do you know that when you're poor? Have some faith that your friends aren't all fakes and that you're not actually a secret asshole and your problem is solved.

    Not really, It's not about faith, it's about fact. When you are poor, all you have to offer is compassion and friendship. The relationships are more honest.

    If you do something like what he suggests, no matter how awesome your friends are they will no longer be able to act the same because the entire dynamic your friendship was based upon, equality/respect/whatever is now gone. If your best friend buys you a house and then does something to piss you off by being a dick, most likely you will not teat him the same way you would without the house purchase. That's a weight on you, something that will keep you from taking the actions you would otherwise. Likely you will smile and bear it because of that debt.

    Spending that kind of money on people is effectively the same thing as controlling them, whether or not that is your intention, that's what ends up happening. You may end up with similar relationships, but they wont be the same as before. This isn't a pessimism thing. It's fact. There are tons of books written about the subject, entire manuals and an entire advocacy industry on how to mitigate the effects of sudden wealth to play down these issues.

    Now, if you were to slowly acquire wealth over time, your friendships and whatnot evolve with it and things are less likely to change. But being thrust into mega-rich causes these sorts of rifts in the most everyday and awesome groups.

    Winning the lottery and everything being peachy keen forever and ever is a daydream. You will have problems, different ones, but in my opinion worse ones than being poor. At least when you are struggling to make rent you know people are being authentic to you and not forcing smiles.

    I have more to offer than compassion and friendship though. What happens if people only like me because I do a really good Will Smith impersonation?


  • King RiptorKing Riptor Registered User regular
    Realistically?

    Keep my job pay the taxes on the lump sum and enjoy having the luxury to tell my bosses to fuck off whenever I want.

    Definitely buy a house. Maybe some rental properties near Pitt for some easy income. Get a delorean.

    Maybe get a savings account Ive heard good things about those.

  • Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I got the shotgun, you got the briefcase It's all in the game though, right?Registered User, ClubPA regular
    I'll just stop having poor friends and start hanging out with Justin Bieber all of the time.

  • BroloBrolo Broseidon Lord of the BroceanRegistered User regular
    WELCOME TO EARF

  • Clint EastwoodClint Eastwood now i've got you in my space i won't let go of youRegistered User regular
    Enc wrote: »
    Rolo wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    a5ehren wrote: »
    Enc wrote: »
    Boo all you want. It may be inconvenient to the daydream, but it is very true.

    Money doesn't solve all problems, not unless its slowly acquired over long periods of time (which solves many problems, but still not all of them). Rocketing into the 1% from nothing is a great way to end up miserable and alone (unless you pay for friends, that is).

    the friends i have now are friends with me despite the fact that i'm broke as a joke

    and i wouldn't have a problem giving that small group money

    pay for friends? fuck that shit

    Yeah for real. This prize is big enough to where I could build a neighborhood for just me and my closest friends/immediate family and set everyone up with enough money to never have to work again.

    At which point all of your friends will either:

    1) Feel compelled to be friends with you weather or not they continuously feel that way due to owing you such a huge debt
    2) Feel compelled to try and get more money out of you
    3) Both.

    Well that's their problem, not mine.

    You wouldn't be bothered by the fact the people around you may well hate you and not show it due to debt? That the woman who supposedly loves you may feel entirely trapped by your relationship and stay only for the money and comfort you are providing? Every day, every glance, a question. Is there any honesty in your little "paradise" you have created? Or is just all debt and farce?

    How do you know that when you're poor? Have some faith that your friends aren't all fakes and that you're not actually a secret asshole and your problem is solved.

    Not really, It's not about faith, it's about fact. When you are poor, all you have to offer is compassion and friendship. The relationships are more honest.

    If you do something like what he suggests, no matter how awesome your friends are they will no longer be able to act the same because the entire dynamic your friendship was based upon, equality/respect/whatever is now gone. If your best friend buys you a house and then does something to piss you off by being a dick, most likely you will not teat him the same way you would without the house purchase. That's a weight on you, something that will keep you from taking the actions you would otherwise. Likely you will smile and bear it because of that debt.

    Spending that kind of money on people is effectively the same thing as controlling them, whether or not that is your intention, that's what ends up happening. You may end up with similar relationships, but they wont be the same as before. This isn't a pessimism thing. It's fact. There are tons of books written about the subject, entire manuals and an entire advocacy industry on how to mitigate the effects of sudden wealth to play down these issues.

    Now, if you were to slowly acquire wealth over time, your friendships and whatnot evolve with it and things are less likely to change. But being thrust into mega-rich causes these sorts of rifts in the most everyday and awesome groups.

    Winning the lottery and everything being peachy keen forever and ever is a daydream. You will have problems, different ones, but in my opinion worse ones than being poor. At least when you are struggling to make rent you know people are being authentic to you and not forcing smiles.
    man shut up

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  • LarlarLarlar Super Moderator, Moderator, ClubPA mod
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

    You're definitely more than half the sum of your lumps.

    This is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.

    If I win 50 million tax-free dollars tonight I'll send you a plaque with that phrase engraved on it.

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  • Raijin QuickfootRaijin Quickfoot I got the shotgun, you got the briefcase It's all in the game though, right?Registered User, ClubPA regular
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

    You're definitely more than half the sum of your lumps.

    This is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.

    If I win 50 million tax-free dollars tonight I'll send you a plaque with that phrase engraved on it.

    Make sure it is in Comic Sans.

  • StraightziStraightzi Registered User regular
    For the vast majority of people I know, yeah, I'd assume they'd be friendlier because of the money. But I have people who have supported me who I would like to support back, and would do so monetarily if they were in straits wherein they felt they required it.

  • EncEnc FloridaRegistered User regular
    Dichotomy wrote: »
    truly, the rich carry a terrible burden

    Haha, I'm not saying money isn't super great, just getting it suddenly and in ridiculous quantities like in the lotto has a proven terrible outcome record. Slowly building over time is a super great thing.

    That said, 10 or 20k would be pretty useful to pay of my remaining loans and help out my sisters and wife with theirs. Our debts could be settled, or or two small things bought, and then the money would be gone. No longer a factor in the exchange.

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  • Sara LynnSara Lynn Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    I bought a $5 ticket for this yesterday. You never know!

    I'd give enough to my mom where she could get a new car and retire, she's done so much for me and I want her to just spend the rest of her days maxing and relaxing with all her cats. Buy a house for me and Annie to live in, in a nice part of town. Just a tiny house, there are so many cute ones around here. I'd buy us both cars. Pay off my student loan, and probably use the money to try and finish a degree. Invest the rest of it and basically live not much more extravagantly than I'm living now, just not doing anything. I'd donate money to the shelter I got my cat from, because I love her. Oh and I'd quit my job, duh.
    Well, if you think about it, like, all human relationships are fundamentally built on the terror attendant to being alone in death. Nothing is fully sincere. There. Problem solved.

    Love you too, babe!

    Sara Lynn on
  • LarlarLarlar Super Moderator, Moderator, ClubPA mod
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Larlar wrote: »
    Lottery winnings are taxable in the US, right?

    Yeah plus there is a lump sum option so 640 million probably becomes about 320 million or so by the time you're done.

    That's so shitty. God bless tax-free Canadian lotteries.

    Not that I would really complain a whole lot about being taxed after winning 640 million dollars, but just seeing that money split in half almost immediately would be so bittersweet.

    I might even be more then half with the lump sum option.

    You're definitely more than half the sum of your lumps.

    This is the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.

    If I win 50 million tax-free dollars tonight I'll send you a plaque with that phrase engraved on it.

    Make sure it is in Comic Sans.

    No way, you're getting a top-of-the-line font. Comic...with serifs.

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  • KinderpartyKinderparty Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Construct a giant laser.

    That thing you're thinking of? Yes, it'll be able to do that.

    Write CHA on the moon?

    Annie wins the lottery and I become ANT Gaming Kinderparty.

    Or ANR.

    Or whatever he wants it to be because he'll own me.

    Kinderparty on
  • EdcrabEdcrab Registered User
    To avoid any wider sociological ramifications on my friends and family I'd ostensibly donate most of it to charity

    But in actuality I'd spend 99% of it on ruining Enc's life

    Just one day he'll wake up and be really goddamn rich and he'll know that this fresh hell was his own doing

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  • AretèAretè infiltrating neo zeed compoundRegistered User regular
    I would wildy invest it so I could surpass rich and go straight to wealthy. Own my private island, buy a ticket to the moon wealthy.

    In space, no one can ask you for money.

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  • Lord DaveLord Dave Registered User regular
    edited March 2012
    You can get an island and a trip to space for less than $350 million

    Lord Dave on
    Denny's is for winners.
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  • LarlarLarlar Super Moderator, Moderator, ClubPA mod
    Aretè wrote: »
    In space, no one can ask you for money.

    That's going to be the tagline for the eventual prequel to Prometheus.

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  • AneurhythmiaAneurhythmia Registered User regular
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Construct a giant laser.

    That thing you're thinking of? Yes, it'll be able to do that.

    Write CHA on the moon?

    Annie wins the lottery and I become ANT Gaming Kinderparty.

    Or ANR.

    Or whatever he wants it to be because he'll own me.

    I'll sponsor you and Gootecks.

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  • KinderpartyKinderparty Registered User regular
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Construct a giant laser.

    That thing you're thinking of? Yes, it'll be able to do that.

    Write CHA on the moon?

    Annie wins the lottery and I become ANT Gaming Kinderparty.

    Or ANR.

    Or whatever he wants it to be because he'll own me.

    I'll sponsor you and Gootecks.

    A dream team with the Gooter himself? Yes please!

    Also, half of your money has to go to ruining ChrisG.

  • 143999143999 Duly appointed editor of the Tyrest AccordRegistered User regular
    If I won, the first thing I would do is demand a lunch with the mayor of my city, the governor of my state, and the President, as a "thank you" for the tax monies that "I" would be contributing to their respective economies. At this lunch, I would complain about high capital gains tax rates, an opinion that I would not hesitate to point out I came to two days beforehand.

    After that, I think I would devote the bulk of the next 26 years to cramming as many massive real estate projects into the same municipality as possible.

    "This year," I would say, "I think I would like a dozen water parks."

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  • EncEnc FloridaRegistered User regular
    Edcrab wrote: »
    To avoid any wider sociological ramifications on my friends and family I'd ostensibly donate most of it to charity

    But in actuality I'd spend 99% of it on ruining Enc's life

    Just one day he'll wake up and be really goddamn rich and he'll know that this fresh hell was his own doing

    I would then take that money, buy a ferrari and houses for all of YOUR friends and family with letters saying it was from YOU. Ha!

    With the remaining $100.00 I'd hold a pizza party for my family and friends. All the pizzas they could want.

    From then on they would only eye me for my pizza buying potential.

    It would be hell.

    Guns make you stupid. Better to fight your wars with duct tape. Duct tape makes you smart.
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  • TheStigTheStig Registered User regular
    Ohhh, hire me to be your thug who injures other players

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  • -Tal-Tal I am Gabe Newell, creator of Penny Arcade PM me if you want an anime subforumRegistered User regular
    I've always wanted to re-enact that scene in Mr. Deeds where he donates so much to a charity that the chairman has a heart attack upon seeing the check

    and then pay for his hospital bill

  • AretèAretè infiltrating neo zeed compoundRegistered User regular
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  • AneurhythmiaAneurhythmia Registered User regular
    KalTorak wrote: »
    Construct a giant laser.

    That thing you're thinking of? Yes, it'll be able to do that.

    Write CHA on the moon?

    Annie wins the lottery and I become ANT Gaming Kinderparty.

    Or ANR.

    Or whatever he wants it to be because he'll own me.

    I'll sponsor you and Gootecks.

    A dream team with the Gooter himself? Yes please!

    Also, half of your money has to go to ruining ChrisG.

    When I'm done with him, he'll be SC ChrisG NY. The SC will be SuperCuts.

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