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Give up gaming for cash . . .

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12 hours ago, TheSteelyardDweller said:

prolly for enough $$$$$$$$ sure i just don't know how much that would be. it would be a hard decision tho.

Yes hard decision but it is something that wont hurt us much and we can replace gaming with something else. 

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I wouldn't. I can't see the point on having enough cash to retire on to then not be able to enjoy something to love. There's plenty of other ways to have fun when you have money, but sooner or later I would miss it and regret that choice.

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Living the rest of my days in a wheelchair, I have an extremely small amount of options for things to keep myself occupied. If I had to give up gaming, there would be nothing for me to keep my hands occupied. If I don't keep my hands, ears, and eyes occupied I start having severe anxiety that often goes into full blown panic attacks. So fuck the money. I'm keeping my games.

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With corona out there. I think board games and also the card based games indoor are going to get more people attention this month. 

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On 3/24/2020 at 11:28 PM, skyfire said:

Yes hard decision but it is something that wont hurt us much and we can replace gaming with something else. 

so bro what would you replace gaming with to make you feel better if u gave it up for $$$$$$$$$?

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My current concern is constant changing of apartment after 14 months contract. So getting one good house outside city and then garden and some pets is how I replace gaming. I need my health back. 

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It'd be very difficult for someone like me to decide. I understand if I'd been in a tough situation, I would just take all the money and be willing to give up video games for good, but without a doubt it would be a tough thing to do. I'm unsure that this situation will ever occur, though. 

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17 hours ago, Alexander. said:

It'd be very difficult for someone like me to decide. I understand if I'd been in a tough situation, I would just take all the money and be willing to give up video games for good, but without a doubt it would be a tough thing to do. I'm unsure that this situation will ever occur, though. 

Now that we are in lockdown people can give up cash but can't give up gaming because boredom is pretty much painful as of now.

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If I were being offered an amount that could not only change my life for the better but other peoples’ (i.e. billions for me to distribute), I would probably feel obligated to accept the offer and give up gaming. But for a smaller amount like a million, it wouldn’t be worth it to me to give up one of the things I enjoy most, especially since I am disabled and competing options are limited (plus, I can’t really imagine giving up BioShock forever).

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On 3/1/2020 at 3:51 PM, The Blackangel said:

One million dollars and I had to rely on that for the rest of my life? To those on the bottom, a million sounds great. But in all truth, that's not exactly a lot of money these days. It wouldn't last very long. So I would say no to it, and keep my games.

That's if you rely on just the one million. You can invest into many things with that sort of money and easily make double the money if not more if you use the money right. Always think of what something could become rather than just what is infront of you.

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