General Discussion: What would you do with $25,000usd??


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The Return of Mister X
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125 posts since 9/6/07

1 Jul 2007 09:57
Yeah about 7. Where I come from nobody gives a shit about labels, what places you are seen in with what people or what car you drive - i take that back - hydro-electrics are all the rage.

I'm not talking about Americans Oasisunit.


Oasisunit wrote:
mr.white wrote:
The Return of Mister X wrote: You cared enough to post about it! Millionaires generally live a humble lifestyle almost like poor people that's why they're so rich. Celebrities are an exception but they always make out they've got more than they actually do.

Do you know loads of millionaires like?

Most the millionares I know have big houses, expensive cars, servants, etc. Wouldnt say they have a humble life style at all, then again everyone with a bit of money likes to show off these days..
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

1 Jul 2007 12:33
Billionaires are the worst! Well, the ones I know anyway!
Hello World
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12170 posts since 7/3/05

1 Jul 2007 12:38
1mill makes you around £50,000 a year in interest before tax, if you want a real millionares lifestyle you need a million+ income a year. Massive difference.
eliot_a
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1720 posts since 31/1/06

1 Jul 2007 12:59
Could you start a company over there?

or do what noble said on flat ro something
sofasogud
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5198 posts since 13/3/03

1 Jul 2007 13:01
Oasisunit wrote:
mr.white wrote:
The Return of Mister X wrote: You cared enough to post about it! Millionaires generally live a humble lifestyle almost like poor people that's why they're so rich. Celebrities are an exception but they always make out they've got more than they actually do.

Do you know loads of millionaires like?

Most the millionares I know have big houses, expensive cars, servants, etc. Wouldnt say they have a humble life style at all, then again everyone with a bit of money likes to show off these days..

Only the vulgar ones. Mind you, they are American.


El Bongo
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2994 posts since 15/8/06

1 Jul 2007 13:37
I know a multi-millionaire.
Lovely guy, looks after everyone.
Bit of a rolemodel for me.

I'm very insecure about money, and the idea of being able to go practically anywhere in the world and do just about anything is very apealing to me.(Although you cannot do this on a million) You could say its greedy, but it is am ambition of mine to set up a good business, that provides decent jobs and has good ethics etc.
Although it will be hard to maintain a profitable business of this description in todays market, its a good challenge.
This btw is not my aim at 21, I see this happening at 40 ish.
At 21 I would like to be a millionaire, just a target.
Ineff
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9849 posts since 7/4/04

1 Jul 2007 14:17
Just started GCSE Business Studies?
Mate
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3685 posts since 15/4/07

1 Jul 2007 14:23
Laughing out loud
mr.white
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17101 posts since 10/7/04

1 Jul 2007 14:26
Didn't do GCSE Business Studies back in our day Sad
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

1 Jul 2007 14:36
Ineff wrote: Just started GCSE Business Studies?


Laughing out loud
t_dot
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6087 posts since 1/8/05

1 Jul 2007 14:37
mr.white wrote: Didn't do GCSE Business Studies back in our day Sad
yeah they must have done, they had it at my school, and i thought i was older than you.
MoB
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37179 posts since 31/8/04

1 Jul 2007 14:38
Who was it who came on here talking like they knew everything about starting/running a business and all he was spouting was gcse business studies? Was it funky in hull Laughing out loud
San
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10493 posts since 14/11/05

1 Jul 2007 14:41
MoB wrote: Who was it who came on here talking like they knew everything about starting/running a business and all he was spouting was gcse business studies? Was it funky in hull Laughing out loud
just for comedy potential, i hope it was Laughing out loud
Jake Unkutt
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2885 posts since 2/3/04

1 Jul 2007 14:52
i'd go with nobes suggestion of putting it into property..
im thinking about getting a place in Hastings as they are about to finish building a university there,(to be competed in 2008/9 i think)

Also the gov' are doing that house buying scheme thing where you co-own the property, sounds like a good deal,,a few of my mates are doing that now,,its the only way first timebuyers can afford properties in brighton these days!
eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

1 Jul 2007 20:00
Ineff wrote: Just started GCSE Business Studies?

Don't be silly, he does big dog, "young enterprises" too
Murakami
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13343 posts since 9/5/05

1 Jul 2007 20:20
Fuck it , have the holiday of a lifetime and shop Smiling
gojira.
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4624 posts since 3/5/05

1 Jul 2007 22:34
eent wrote:
Ineff wrote: Just started GCSE Business Studies?

Don't be silly, he does big dog, "young enterprises" too


Laughing out loud

CAKE SALE !!!
stuey
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264 posts since 26/2/05

2 Jul 2007 00:12
thanks for the replies guys. I think property may be the way forward. Or i could just move out there Eye-wink If anyone else has any suggestions that would be cool.
El Bongo
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2994 posts since 15/8/06

2 Jul 2007 00:49
cunts :LOL: Nothing wrong with ambition, its gotten me everywhere.
eent
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

2 Jul 2007 00:51
El Bongo wrote: cunts :LOL: Nothing wrong with ambition, its gotten me everywhere.

You got a job?