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Rich in Trouble or Poor in Peace? watch

  • View Poll Results: Would you prefer being rich but in trouble or poor but in peace
    Rich in Trouble
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    Poor in Peace
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    50.00%

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    Which would you rather be/have?
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    What's money if it can't buy happiness.

    And if it could, you then be poor and in peace, so problem solved
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    Depends what you mean by poor. Because if you're homeless, then I'm sure you'll have no peace.
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    the latter, quite obviously i think
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    What do you mean by "trouble"?

    People wanting you dead, but you are happy?


    If that's the definition, rich and in trouble.
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    rich and in trouble
    more enthralling
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    Because of the way they're phrased, I initially thought they both meant the same thing. If you want them to mean different things you have to put and 'and' in each of them.


    Sorry, yes, I'm pedantic
 
 
 

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