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My wife and I were talking last night about what we are going to do after the RV. I asked her what she meant by that. She stated that she wanted to know what we were going to do with the money. If this RV's at a dime, we will still have millions. I told her that if I tell her she better not laugh at me.

At our church {FUMC in Uvalde} there is a pole by the alter that has a goal to meet the loan for the church renovations. It is currently at $168,000. I told her I am going to wipe the pole clean. I did an Emmaus walk last year and it was worth 10 times that amount. I then told her that when we go to Lowe's or Home Depot in San Antonio, the first person I see in uniform gets $10,000 cash in their hand. No questions. I will do that a few times. After that, we will buy land in Kerrville to live on. I am looking for any other suggestions.

So, what would you guys do??

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For me ive made a promise to return an amount to the church too. but in addition i saw a poor church with a very bad steeple about ready to fall from the structure in the country and have a new one in its place.. i was in first gulf war and survived but went over as a contractor after the second and bought my dinar and actually was one of the first in line to get the new bills.so i brought mine home with me. i got something else to help with the rv too. but i dint get enough to make it at 10 cent. It doesnt matter to me . ive got plans to retire first. after retiring form the military i tried but never found a decent paying job and have to work for near dirt , but that is ok too. oh well this is my only post . ive been waiting for what?, 7 plus years :-) that is ok too. i go to the job and come home to read the funny papers here and watch the circus. :lol:

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it is a long ride--the latest news is hopefull--imho

:huh: hope you are right, chuky. me been on this ride for the last 7 years...it time for it to stop or i'll just jump out and land on me face. :lol:

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Never EVER read another post from Okie! :lol: just to start.

LMAO!! That ain't no lie! I will never invest in a foreign currency AGAIN IN THE ME! At the very mention of the word Dinar it will kinda like those on command deals, I will just projectile vomit at the drop of the word. Onto more serious items I will buy that American dream home I've always wanted in the mountains of Pigeon Forge TN. When those couple of items are done then I will take me a long nap!!! Peace.

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go to a place where homes do not even have heaters--tropical, a nice breeze :

and catch a lot of fish---Costa Rica

I have never visited ( until now) but heard it's beautiful down there...... And you get to choose between 2 Oceans........

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My wife and I were talking last night about what we are going to do after the RV. I asked her what she meant by that. She stated that she wanted to know what we were going to do with the money. If this RV's at a dime, we will still have millions. I told her that if I tell her she better not laugh at me.

At our church {FUMC in Uvalde} there is a pole by the alter that has a goal to meet the loan for the church renovations. It is currently at $168,000. I told her I am going to wipe the pole clean. I did an Emmaus walk last year and it was worth 10 times that amount. I then told her that when we go to Lowe's or Home Depot in San Antonio, the first person I see in uniform gets $10,000 cash in their hand. No questions. I will do that a few times. After that, we will buy land in Kerrville to live on. I am looking for any other suggestions.

So, what would you guys do??

Get a Job at Lowes in your city

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My wife and I were talking last night about what we are going to do after the RV. I asked her what she meant by that. She stated that she wanted to know what we were going to do with the money. If this RV's at a dime, we will still have millions. I told her that if I tell her she better not laugh at me.

At our church {FUMC in Uvalde} there is a pole by the alter that has a goal to meet the loan for the church renovations. It is currently at $168,000. I told her I am going to wipe the pole clean. I did an Emmaus walk last year and it was worth 10 times that amount. I then told her that when we go to Lowe's or Home Depot in San Antonio, the first person I see in uniform gets $10,000 cash in their hand. No questions. I will do that a few times. After that, we will buy land in Kerrville to live on. I am looking for any other suggestions.

So, what would you guys do??I would use the kiss formula, do what i feel I can after it happens if it happens. I definitely would not make hypocritical promises in puplic that I might, but probably won't keep.

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Hey Shinnidan, keep your head up. It's gonna happen. Not as quick as we all would like but should be worth the wait. I too will not go overboard, lived a poor boy's life most of the time, often paycheck to paycheck, tryin to save a little here and there. Kinda enjoy living the simple life, don't need a mansion and mercedes and black ties. Give me a bass boat and new pickup and NO bills-priceless B)

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Well, I have a list of "good works" ... donations and stuff like that. And the individuals I want to help have already been given dinar so they will have it when it RVs and can do what they will with it, whether it is a large amount or not so large amount. but in either case it will help.

For myself, I am not sure. I know I will move, too many memories here. But I am feeling old and feeble and crochity and don't expect to have a long time to spend money so ... I think I will have to do something for myself that is drastic, decisive, something I have never done before. I think I will go to a liquor store, buy every pretty bottle in the place, and go home to learn how to drink. I have always wanted to be able to have wine with dinner or accept the offer of a brew. But I don't like the taste and don't understand how anyone could. So, I'll have to put a little effort into it, but before I kick this bucket I am going to learn to take a drink. And of course, secondary to that I'll have a great collection of pretty bottles. hahahahaha ... hey, I am not laughing at the goal, I am very serious. If my husband were still here he would be laughing his butt off. For thirty-four years it was our private joke that he married a designated driver. Part of what made that funny was that Neil was not much of a drinker to start with ... two glasses of wine with dinner out and maybe two beers with the guys on a hot day working on an old 57 chevy. But about year three of our marriage he was out being a DJ for a wedding and everyone kept sending him drinks and he kept drinking them. That night in a blinding snow storm he decided on the drive home that he could fly ... in the 69 Dodge Coronet and by damn he almost did! He was a pilot by the way, for real. So, when he "landed" nose first in a snowfilled ditch and had to be towed back to the runway ... :huh: ... he gave up drinking altogether. Anyway, I figure it is time to learn to drink. I would like to learn to smoke pot but having asthma I cannot smoke anything. Hey, wait a minute ... brownies ... after the RV I could do some investigative work and ... well ... enough said.

thanks for the topic, it got me thinking ... hahahahaha

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Hey Shinnidan, keep your head up. It's gonna happen. Not as quick as we all would like but should be worth the wait. I too will not go overboard, lived a poor boy's life most of the time, often paycheck to paycheck, tryin to save a little here and there. Kinda enjoy living the simple life, don't need a mansion and mercedes and black ties. Give me a bass boat and new pickup and NO bills-priceless B)

:huh: *looks up....steps in a hole in the ground...* awww...thanks, txk9popo for telling me to keep me head up... :lol: thats cute, tho, a bass boot, huh? heheheh :lol: i just need a new car...NEED...mind you. some thing that will help me to get from a to b. the rest i'll have to see wots left over. hehe :)

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Pay off not so fortunate younger family homes then charge them at least half of their previous payments direct deposited into a account for college fund for their children. Then I want to help out some Native Americans!! Build them a church, home and help make their grounds what it should be that they cant afford to do. I want to take my WHOLE family on a cruise of a lifetime. Then I want to find a few underprivileged children in the area and make their dreams come to reality. I also want to make our local 4-H club the best that they can be with supplying them with everything they need to help our 4-H children accomplish their 4-H dreams. Possibly buy land and make it a 4-H ranch (501-c) with horses for the children who can not afford to buy and care for a horse on their own. Make the ranch a place were these children can come spend the weekend or the summer and work and play and live their dreams to the fullest!!

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4-H is an outstanding program. I like your idea.

Thank You!! I figured if the RV happens and we get a little money then we can buy out the two people on either side of me and make it a 100 acre 4-H ranch, with ALL the animals that the children use in 4H for the children who other wise would NOT be able to do 4-H at all. I also will have room for the children that can afford the animals and 4-H so they can come and go also! So come on RV !!

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I'm fairly young, under 30. I have a great job that I love and pays pretty good with a LOT of vacation (6 weeks this year). I like my boss and my coworkers and the benefits are amazing.

That being said, I don't know what I would do. I think I would get bored not working, but if I could not work on a tropical island paradise then who knows. Maybe a vacation home in Nicaragua or Margarita Island, open my own bar. Who knows. I know the girlfriend will be quitting as soon as it RVs (as long as it is at a decent rate).

All I know is that I am sick of winter and never want to see another snowflake in my life.

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