Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Westerberg, May 30, 2013.
Is one thousand dollars a lot of money to you?
it's a lot of money period
I voted. And there's only ONE right answer
Did not click the Make votes public option, this poll is private.
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How bout that
I still have not voted, but this post may sway my opinion.
I have no idea of how you voted. If you want to let the world know how you voted, well, that's up to you.
I voted yes but it sure seems to be of less and less value the older I get.
Spiro Agnew was not one of the choices.
A penny is a lot of money if the other choice is : "No, I'm gay" Ya dig what I'm sayin?
My sister won a radio contest back in the seventies, she was only 13 at the time and not eligible, but Pops found a way to get that cash. Still don't know how.
The point being, the prize was one thousand dollars, and the day she won we all acted like we had just secured our whole financial futures.
You may have figured out a plot flaw in my poll.
Yes. You're saying if you choose gay then we might think differently of you.
Forgive me. HIS words, not mine
That was a lot of money back then. To put it in perspective, my brother bought a 1966 Volkswagen in 1970 for $600. He also won a college scholarship for $5000 two years later, which would have covered tuition for all four years at a state school. In 1975, I got braces on my upper teeth for $600.
A slice of pizza was a quarter. Soda was 10 cents in the machine
can't choose (commitment issues)
What's the going rate for a hooker?
I gotta go lay down