Old 12-20-05, 10:30 PM
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The difference between no money and a little money is HUGE. The difference between a little money and a lot of money is small.
  • No money: you have no home and beg, steal, scavenge or rely on charity for all your basic needs; taking care of your basic needs takes all your time and energy.
  • A little money: you rent or buy a modest dwelling. You can buy food. You can buy clothes. You can have entertainment and leisure activities. You can have friends and romance. You can marry and have children.
  • A lot of money. Same as a little money, but in a nicer neighborhood. The big minus is that you have to worry about people stealing your stuff. The big plus is that if you have enough willpower not to spend the bulk of your money on conspicuous consumption, you can invest your "excess" money and have security.
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