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Old 21-04-2018, 04:12 PM #1
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Default Mo' money mo' prallems.

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Old 21-04-2018, 04:35 PM #2
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Biggie said so, so it's Gospel.
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Yes but when you have to much money coming to the you, you pay fix problems
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Well in my experience thus far, Mo money less prallems, but maybe that's just the difference between "rly poor" and "pretty comfortable". And maybe there's some level above comfortable where Mo money becomes Mo prallems. But who on TIBB has enough money to test this
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Depends on the amount.
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Depends what you mean?

Having money definitely eliminates money problems, but doesn't guarantee a perfect life with no problems.
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Depends what you mean?

Having money definitely eliminates money problems, but doesn't guarantee a perfect life with no problems.
Yes, of course people with money can still have problems, but does it mean MO' problems... Thus facilitating the sentiment, "I'd rather be broke".
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Yes, of course people with money can still have problems, but does it mean MO' problems... Thus facilitating the sentiment, "I'd rather be broke".
Oh.

Well, no. Maybe just different problems.
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Lots of lottery winners say they wished they never won it.
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...this is quite a broad question../...topic, TS...I know people who have mo’ money through inheritances etc...because of the loss of people they loved...?...so yeah, ‘i’d Rather be broke’ would apply there most definately...they would rather have those people as still part of their lives and live the ‘broke life’...so it really is depending on many things with that ‘mo money’....obviously things like physical and emotional health as well...for that person and the people in their lives etc...problems that money wouldn’t necessarily have a ‘fix’ for...but it could be felt to create more ‘comfort’ with illnesses, though...hmmmm, yeah this is a big and complicated question...

...back in the day..Mr A had cause to visit a home of one of the wealthiest people in the world at that time...(...he wasn’t a burglar btw...he was asked to be there..he was summoned by the mo’ money person...)....anyways, obviously he was very wide eyed in wonderment with it all, the home etc...like a country within a country, type thing...)...but interestingly I guess...he didn’t come away with any thoughts of...’i’d Like me some of that, that’s the life I would like..)...his thoughts were more about the ‘vulnerability’ and the ‘fear’ of having that sort of mo’ money...becoming a ‘target’...the kind of security that was involved, you know...which made the freedoms that many of us have, become ‘problems’....those specific problems that mo’ money would create ...

...it’s always interesting as well with those who have become incredibly wealthy through work etc...when is ‘it enough’...why do they keep going and feeling the need for more and more, which could never be spent in a lifetime...I guess because it’s something within themselves...the need to aim for and achieve something more and more...and if they just sit back and say enough now, all ‘problems solved’...then they stop being the person they are...so that in itself would create an emotional problem within them, if that makes sense.....

...mo’ money sometimes increases problems because the access to it can increase debt...the modern day mo’ money being things like credit cards../...store cards etc and overdraft facilities, for instance...so the problem just builds with higher debt available so easily...mo’ money/credit, more problems/worries...


...I guess so much depends on the ‘problems’ that need to be fixed and addressed...and also whether there is the skill to fix and address and balance with that mo’ money...and the whole support network around a person...Bruce Wayne’s mo’ money didn’t bring him mo’ problems..it helped him to be able to address some Gothic City problems...because he balanced his own needs with the needs of others in the city as well...if he didn’t have mo’ money, he couldn’t have created lesser problems through becoming Batman...but he also had Alfred as well...a constant steady and leveller in his life, which he had needed so much after the loss of his parents...so in Gotham City, we could say mo’ money brought less problems to what they could have been without Bruce’s wealth and what it brought him...which extended out so much beyond himself....

...with Donald Trump though in contrast...has his wealth and mo’ money created less problems for America and ‘his people’....hmmmmm, I guess there are many perspectives on that one...I personally would say that he has one fundamental ‘problem’, in that he’s a dick...and mo’ money hasn’t made any difference at all to that...something so simple to change, I would say...and so much money, so much capability ...and yet, no...
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..I have two shiny new £10 notes in my purse atm, TS...I’ll send them to you today...then you can say, did that mo’ money create mo’ problems for you...or no...
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yes i think so, but i rather want to be rich rather than being poor
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