As Kurt Vonnegut (or was it Baz Luhrman) suggested, every day do something that scares you.

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  1. greyaenigma says:

    Or maybe Mary Schmich.

    Still scary.

  2. sheherazahde says:

    Spinning numbers

    I was looking at those numbers and thinking what I could do with even a small fraction of that amount of money.

    And that put me in mind of of a story I heard about a man who tried to get the electric meter on the side of his house to stop spinning. He spent the better part of an afternoon making his kids go around the house unplugging things while he stood at the meter to see if it had stopped. It never did.

    • greyaenigma says:

      Re: Spinning numbers

      Trying buying stock in Halliburton. They’re getting a large percentage of that money — you could get a small percentage of theirs!

      • sheherazahde says:

        Re: Spinning numbers

        My first thought was “Eeew! I’d feel dirty.”
        My second thought was “It takes money to buy stock.”
        My third thought was “I wouldn’t want to be holding that bag when the war crimes trials start.”

        • greyaenigma says:

          Re: Spinning numbers

          Yeah. The above was not moral advice but fiscal advice. Personally I’d rather the money not to go them in first place.

  3. Hee hee! Look at em run!

  4. ghostgecko says:

    Sadly, it’s not as if the money being spent in Iraq would automatically go to build playgrounds otherwise. It’d jsut be wasted on some other damn fool thing.