Let's make these off-the-wall.
Of course, I'd buy a Bugatti Veyron. That goes without saying, but it's not crazy enough. One thing I might like to do if I had the funds would be to build a working Nautilus submarine. The one from Disney's movie 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea.
What would YOU do with your money?
Please, no "I'd contribute it to curing cancer" or "I'd feed all the starving children of the world" type statements.
We're looking for something crazy and very selfish. You can use another thread to impress us with your generosity and concern for mankind.
Perhaps it is a subtle way of him saying if he had enough money to not need to work, he'd write a corny joke book?
I think what we are seeing is the effect of an extended brain-fart while typing. :D
It's the result of trying to do TA while looking for work. It has been moved to the appropriate thread.
I liked the bees post better :)
Well, this depends upon how much money.
If it's just lottery money - a few hundred million - then my ideas are going to be more modest. A few things to improve my appearance. Then make a few movies and a TV show which are currently just half-written ideas. While doing those, design a custom house featuring a front door that looks like a stargate (from the movie & TV show - it would have a curtain of water which parts to let you through unless the iris is closed), a game room with a computerized gaming table to display RPG maps and such, a video/movie room with the largest HD TV available, an indoor pool, and a few other things. The back yard would contain 1/4 (?) size dioramas of Zerg, Protoss and Terran bases. Gather special FX artists and a few others to design and build a bipedal vehicle which looks like a T-Rex. If that works then do one that looks like the alien queen from Aliens. The profits from the movies & TV show would go to buying places as shelters for the homeless, especially gay & lesbian teens thrown out of their homes.
Now, if it's fairly big money - tens of billions - then the stuff above plus a credit company that sets the interest rate directly proportionate to your credit score instead of inversely proportionate like all others do it. So those with the worst credit only pay 0.25% interest annually but someone with a good credit score would have something like an 8% annual interest rate. No fees at all. And the interest rate would only go up if your credit rating went up. Basically design it to supply credit at appropriate rates to poor people while trying to destroy the existing credit vultures. Destroy them utterly. Also, fund fusion reactor research to get it working now. To solve our power problems and destroy the oil companies. DTU.
What? Me, issues about credit cards? Why do you ask? And if you don't have issues with the oil companies then either you don't have a vehicle and buy gas or you own a lot of stock.
So, nothing too unusual. :)
I meant virtually unlimited money. Of course, that's impossible, but certainly enough money to do something extremely extravagant.
I expect with enough energy, it might feel like 'unlimited'...
The sweetest sentiments, Judith.