questionswould you give up the internet for $1 million?

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12 million would do it for me. I could entertain myself comfortably for the rest of my life with that amount of money. 1 million wouldn't let me live in a good lifestyle long enough.

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Nope $1,000,000 is not that much money now day's.
I do not think it is worth any amount of money to me.

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Well the article is 404d, which helps me lean toward a yes.

For what duration? I would definitely give up the internet as I know it for half that price. But I can't say how necessary the internet will be to life in 15 years...

$500,000 per 5 years, and you've got a deal.

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But then where would I spend the million dollars?

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I could still order stuff over the phone, right?

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Not on your life...you can pry my cat5 cable out of my cold dead hands.

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How long?? I mean i'd invest it into franchises and put them on Groupon, so there has to be a time limit! But I guess I could hire someone to surf for me.

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This is an easy one to answer.

Yes, I would take the money. But I would also make sure I always have someone by my side that stays connected. Instead of pounding away at the keyboard I would just nag that person to search for me. I figure I can pay them off the interest I would make.

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Yes, but I would need all Woot!-ers phone numbers, so I could stay in touch.

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No, it is actually a bit essential - looking up directions, arranging meetups with friends, etc. Plus, well, lolcats and youtube.

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I don't think I could for even 100 million dollars.. The money I had I would want to use to buy items that require internet connections.. =/

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I would give it up for one million tax free dollars. I would throw in my cell phone for good measure as well.

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I've heard that alot people would happily accept the offer. Of course, they were over 50 years of age and content with telephone calls and snailmail

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But that would mean I couldn't play wow.....

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I drop this S@#t like the bad habit it is.