ANSWERS: 18
  • Of course. I'd be able to afford the gas and maintenance costs.
  • No, I do not believe in a "showy display". I would continue to drive my present car until it wouldn't drive anymore. My car is full of dents from people smashing their car doors or other things into it. I have better things to do with my life than keep taking a Ferrari to a body shop.
  • Money is the root of all happiness. Witout money, depression, feelings of helplessness and low self-esteem set in. Nothing in this world can do for you the wonderful things which wealth can. Not love, not friendship and not God. If you don't believe it, try living with just enough money to live week to week, and only enough to buy the neccesities, nothing extra. If that dosen't prove it to you, try living with no money at all, and see how joyful life is. I venture to say that your friends, your lover, and certainly not God would offer to support you. If I were wealthy, I would buy all of the things that I want, and I wouldn't feel the least bit guilty.
  • Fancy cars do nothing for me. Season tickets to the 2009 baseball season do. And at $324 or so a pop, that's hardly the Ferrari of sports.
  • Since the premise was "if money was no object," then yes, I would. I'd like to live that kind of life because I have never experienced that. Material things aren't bad, really. They only become bad when people pursue them like hell, and forget the more important things in life, like loving and being loved, and taking care of the family.
  • No I wouldn't. I would buy a top of the range Audi :)
  • If money were no object..I'd buy a Lamborghini Reventon (sp?), Mercielago (sp?) or Countach (sp?) and have it shipped over to Honolulu, where Jim and I would buy a splendid Condo overlooking Waikiki..if money were no object! :)
  • hehehe... with all this talk about jetpacking i think i want to fly!
  • Absolutely...I'd single handedly rejuvenate the economy and go shopping for all sorts of things :)
  • I would kiss this house, city, and State goodbye and build a house on a beach on Maui. I'd say kiss my butt to all, and I'd call, or email,or maybe not:)
  • I would help people who had fallen on bad times.I would call it happiness inc.And all you would have to do is tell us what had happened and i would help.And maybe i would get a new fishin boat
  • Not too big on sports cars, but I'd LOVE a well appointed 35' diesel rv. And a big ranch bordering a river.
  • If money was no object I would by a sports team before a sports car. :)
  • I would rather get a Porsche, or an old Packard hearse or something, but yeah, I'd splurge like mad.
  • No Ferrari for me...perhaps a lovely Aston Martin or even a vintage Austin-Healey. Hmmm... Oh! Oh sorry, I got lost in thought there for a moment...okay, I'm back. :) Beyond that, I’m thinking I’d like a Gulfstream. Oh, and my own oil field so I can carelessly drive my cars and travel worldwide. It would also be nice if I could do so without further harm to the environment. They say money can buy anything so...
  • Never been much for fancy cars. I'd take the money and buy an airplane and get my pilot's license.
  • No, I'm not big on showy cars. The only sign that would be conspicuous would be my mansion on the beach, with servants.
  • I'D START MY GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION IN AMERICA FOR THE FIRST TIME, SINCE 40 OTHER COUNTRIES ARE DOING IT AS A FAVOR TO ME AND HUMANITY. HAVE A NICE DAY. MIKE

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