Would you trade 10 years of your life for 10 mllion dollars?
If I get to be free of the last ten which were pretty poor, then yes!
I suppose that would have to depend on the knowledge of how long I would live. If I knew for certain that I had thirty years to enjoy the money I would say yes. If I thought there were even a remote possiblity that I would be killed instantly by reducing my lifespan 10 years I guess that would have to be a no then.
no, I'd never trade any of my life 4 $$$. life's far more precious.
Even though my life has not been an easy ride thus far, I would NEVER trade any amount of my time for any amount of money. There's a reason for everything a person has and everything a person does. Being around my family and friends is worth more than money and I would never want to replace those ten years with them.
by JosieLee 6 years ago
Would you rather live for 10 years in excellent health, or 30 in “average” health?Would you rather live for 10 years in excellent health, or 30 in “average” health, assuming that period started on your 18th birthday?
by crowsnest 20 months ago
If you were stranded on an uncharted desert isle for 10 years, who would you want to be stuck with?It would have to be a person who is alive right now.
by Mom Kat 6 years ago
Alright, so I have a question & I would appreciate not being attacked. With the debates and election coming up, as usual, one of the big topics is the national deficit.My question is this: Who do we owe that much money to?It keeps going up, why? Where is all of this borrowed money...
by Keith James Kennedy 5 years ago
If a doctor informed you that you only have 10 years left to live, how would you spend it?
by Ravi Singh 6 years ago
Fellow Hubbers, Lets share what and where we will be after 10 years?It should be realistic ok..
by jasenpages 8 years ago
If you could go back in time, say 10 years ago, what would you invest your money in?I would buy a crapload of Apple stock, I read in an article about a year ago that if you had spent $400 buying Apple stock back in 2001 instead of buying an iPod, it would be worth over $10,000 today!
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