99 percent of my problems could be solved by money, also money buys video games. I think this "money doesnt buy happiness" crap is a conspiracy started by the rich
@Scottles, id rather be sad in a pimped out man cave instead of a cheap house
@Scottles, It’s about proportions. If you got enough money to just live well and enjoy things the way you want it’s probably fine. The problems come when you get even more. Suddenly any value of getting stuff is lessened and lessened because you start to just not actually lose much in exchange due to the amount of money you have. Suddenly everything you have feels worthless cause you never lost anything for it. I have no clue why I’m being so thoughtful and serious tonight.
@TheRatMan, is that why Notch spends all of his time fvcking with people on Twitter?
@Scottles, my mom (who is an accountant and has a number of 1%er clients) has always said, "same problems, different decimal point" and for some reason that always stuck with me. Having tons of money doesn't automatically solve problems, often it can create new ones. Im now nearing the top 10% at my income and I still feel like a broke college kid. I got a big house and a decent car but the problems are all the same. Don't let that stop you from pushing though, keep hustling, but remember that money isn't your ultimate goal because you will never be satisfied with how much you have.
@Siska the Khajiit, Who knows. Being a shjtlord might actually be effective.
@Scottles, conspiracy by the poor* rather
I'm sure that bucket had well over....3,000 dollars....
@plarece, I’d say it was in the 8-900 region.
Money can buy a jet ski have you ever seen a sad person on a jet ski