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You & I are walking down the sidewalk and you spot a hundred dollar bill and pick it up before...
me, do you - give some of that money to me? Or keep it all to yourself?
I might share half with you , but its toatlly depends upon person to person.. the answer might differ...
Well, I would give all the money to you. Money comes and goes in life. It's better to give money than to take money, because it gives satisfaction and joy to the other person receiving the money. What can be more than that ...
hehe....i think i will keep it,but if you ask, then we will share together...
Just so we don't get into an argument about this and break up our friendship, we look for a homeless person or a homeless shelter or one of those people holding up signs that say "Need Help. Any amount will do," and we give the bill to them. They need it more than either one of us do.
First, I'm concerned with who owns the $100. If it's clear that no one in the area does, then I'd let you make an argument for getting $50.
If your case is clearly presented, logical and entertaining, then you've just earned $50.
I like the altruism answer the best that reflects the ethical doctrine that claims that individuals are morally obliged to benefit others.
If both were well off - then donating would not hurt so much.
If both of us were starving, I would expect for you to at least buy me lunch because you are my friend and it was 'found money'.
by Vince22 months ago
Why is the hundred dollar bill called a C-note?
by mikielikie7 years ago
Would you put your hand in a toilet to pull out a hundred dollar bill even if its dirty?
by ryancarter7 years ago
If you saw Google walking down the street, would you...Punch it in the crotch, give it a hug, or ask it for some money?
by Chris Mills5 years ago
I was listening to two DJs on the radio. They were real clowns. One was "on the street," the other in the studio. The one on the street had a fake $100 bill which he put on the ground in...
by TheHoleStory20 months ago
How many cars can you find pictured on the back of a ten dollar bill?
by Deb Welch6 years ago
Con: A coin would be a little heavier to carry around.Pro: It would save a small fortune in not having to replace damaged bills.What are your reasons?
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