My gut reaction is to take the ten million. It’s something to think about. It’s tempting to take all your life’s mistakes and download them onto yourself but think… how many of them were influenced by others? Who maybe were making mistakes of their own? What would fixing them really change or accomplish? Think of all that you learned from those mistakes…
I’d take the ten million, give the world the finger, and leave my mistakes in the past.
I'll take the 10 million and dissapear to a small remote cabin in the wilderness. My mistakes made me who I am, those that were an affront to God have been repented and forgiven.ReplyDelete
Yep, 10 million for me. With that kind of money, I could make a whole new set of mistakes and not even care.ReplyDelete
With Biden and Trudeau in charge, $10 million might buy a Happy Meal by 2024.Delete
Agreed, Blue Door. If I don't marry the bitch, I wouldn't need $10M..Delete
Ten mil buys a lotta eggs...I'm in!ReplyDelete
10 million won't bring back the dead. Some wounds are deeper than others.ReplyDelete
Would ten million fix all your mistakes?ReplyDelete
What a spectacular question… for me… I just don’t want to go through that blue door…Delete
Yeah, I'll take the ten mil too.Delete
I'll take the red door. I only look back at my past mistakes to make sure I don't repeat them. I don't dwell on them or harbor any regrets about them.ReplyDelete
Blue door 100%. If I don't fix the mistakes in my character and actions of the past, that 10 million will be gone in no time and I will be broke with the same character flaws and will do the same stupid things I have always done but I'll be broke.ReplyDelete
Red Door, I learned from my mistakesReplyDelete
Blue door. Go back in time and fix the major mistakes, then fix minor ones like not buying Microsoft at $15 /share and not investing in the Big Short.ReplyDelete
If I could fix the mistakes I would have 10million bucks.ReplyDelete
Them: Wouldn't you like to be 18 again?ReplyDelete
Me: Yes, if I can keep my 72 year old brain.
It' better to be a dumb ass with a giant list of "shit I'm not gonna do again," than a dumb ass with no clue. I'll keep my neural divergence too, thank you very much.
those mistakes made me the man I am today. I'll take the cash, then the real mistakes begin!ReplyDelete
The problem with 'fixing mistakes' is that I might have missed out on the woman I have been happily married to for 25 years. And the cash would be handy.ReplyDelete
I would reject 10 mill just to have the opportunity to make my biggest mistake again... And enjoy em more this time.ReplyDelete
Taking the blue door presumes you retain all your knowledge and memories, and so are able to trade the mistakes you made the first time around the track for a brand new set of migraines. No thanks.ReplyDelete
Me, I'm taking the ten million.
Yep. For me to go back in time, I'd be seeing people for what they were and what they were to become. I wouldn't have the wisdom to do anything that might make things even worse.Delete
What's the catch? What if getting born was your first mistake? Is the 10 mil net? I gots questions...ReplyDelete
"Wait, did you just take *both* pills?!"ReplyDelete
If I could keep my current understanding of the world I would go back in time. I enjoyed my youth but I should have done some things differently. I shoulda stayed in school. Shoulda bought Microsoft, Apple.ReplyDelete
either would be fine with me..... but, id probably take the blue door cause 30 or 40 years extra of life is pretty valuable, and if I went back to age 20, I'd have the 10 mil before I was 35, knowing what I know now.ReplyDelete