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Old 03-23-2007, 04:06 AM   #3
Al Swearengen
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As a general rule, I think everything Anime said makes sense. But what course of action to take would in large part be determined by exactly how much money you've won. A million bucks?... ya might wanna keep that job, maybe scale your hours back, and enjoy having a different attitude about work. Ten million or more?... life is too short to spend even another millisecond doing something you DONT want to do... which in my case would pretty much be anything other than having an absolute BLAST with friends and family, so go ahead, quit the damn job, and become a man, or woman, of leisure. You can afford it. You're free now to pursue your dreams. Improve yourself, body and mind. Devote your time to becoming cultured and traveled, learning new things and helping others. And you can afford to be generous now, so keep your eyes peeled for someone who works their ass off but just cant seem to catch a break, and "make their day"...what could be more fun than that? As long as you're sensible about it and dont try to spend it all in a lifetime, there should still be plenty of money left for your grandchildren to inherit. How many houses do you need? How many cars? See what Im gettin at here? As for the "vultures", just get yourself a personal assistant (butler) to screen your calls, do your bidding, and act as a buffer between you and the world, then ya dont have to worry about it. Or, you could just pick up and move where-ever ya want, not tellin anyone until you're there, give your unlisted phone number out to only the people you want to have it, and take it easy!

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