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Friday, March 28, 2008

A Million Dollar Friday Five

Lingering effects of a cold have me watching more television than usual. There appears to be a resurgence of the old daytime staple--the quiz show. Except they are on during prime time, and a great many of them offer the chance of winning one million dollars.

I think it started with Regis Philbin and "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" but now we have a half dozen or so.

My husband and I started musing (after watching "Deal or No Deal") about what we could do with a million dollars. I thought I'd just bring that discussion into the Friday Five this week. It's simple. What are five things you would want to do with a million dollar deposit in your bank account?

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51 comments:

  1. I played. Apparently I just want to travel.

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  2. I dreamed here game shows
    I guess everyone else is cruising?

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  3. How fun is this??? Whee!!!! I wonder how many at the Big Event comes in and comments or plays!!!
    I played here.

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  4. Thanks for the chance to dream away Singing Owl, I needed that today I played: here

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  5. Although I usually daydream about winning the PowerBall or MegaBucks, when I would add a shore cottage and some major endowments to my wishes, I scaled down to the essentials and played here

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  6. i was :practical

    but it's a lovely way to be! i've now gone shopping our my/our dream home just for fun, thanks singing owl!

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  7. I have a list and am prepared to use it here

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  8. I played--it is the quickest play I have had. Says something about my dream of winning a million too.
    www.foraseason.blogspot.com

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  9. I played here.

    Though it's not real exciting. Though it IS something I've thought about before....

    And Blogland is very very quiet this week. Have you noticed?

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  10. Me and the Barenaked Ladies are singing and dreaming here. Thanks and happy Friday all!

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  11. Who knew raising a kid could be so expensive?

    The Price Is Right over at my place.

    Come on down!

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  12. Yes PG, verrry quiet. Everybody is cruising, except for us who remain to mind the blog. :-(

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  13. I played. Is it wrong to want a "Crappy Day Comfort Fund"?

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  14. I dreamed here - I found it hard, don't like to think about money.

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  16. A fun diversion - thanks! I played here.

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  17. I played here - a little too seriously, I fear, but it is my first time!

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  18. late but i played, having forgotten it was friday!

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  19. Great one Singing Owl! I played late here.

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  20. I finally got home and played here. And if you are so inclined, you can vote in my poll on which bread recipe I should put up on my blog. :)

    Deb

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  21. A shack in Vietnam and a drum school in Mali. Yup. I played over at the Dunk

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  22. this is a good one, a funny one. And got me dreaming er thinking.
    I wish I was cruising.
    Instead :I am playing with my pretend millions!

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  23. Sorry I'm late on this, but it is my first Friday Five. My response is posted at my blog, Here I Stand.

    Now I'm off to see what some of you have said you would do with a cool million.

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  24. I was going to play but then remembered I wrote a column on just this idea a while back. You can find it here

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  25. I finally got to play... and now it's back to basketball brackets. Hoosier hysteria in Big Sky Country!

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  26. I had to be in on this one! As someone who is perpetually fearful that a lot of money would somehow be my ruin, it was fun to dream without the pressure of a million dollar reality!

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  27. First play for me. Now to see if I can post it - which will mean I have learned something new today.

    I played here :Whoopee!

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  28. I was tardy, but played none the less. Go here to see my entry.

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