This!!! I'd probably find something to do since i get bored out of my mind just sitting at home. Then again when i sit at home now its because i'm broke and can't afford to go out and do things
So with that said maybe i wouldn't work lol. But i'd buy all sorts of parts to mod my car. I'd definitely be messing with my bikes/cars and out riding or something.
If I had more money than I knew what to do with I would stop working, build a huge garage and get lots of project cars, the ones I always wanted. I'm still plenty young and able bodied, and without a job I would have lots of time to devote to the restorations. I would take trips mostly to the southeast looking for project cars. It's always easier to start with something rust free, like my current project Malibu.
Next I want a '65 Chevelle. Then maybe a 70s Vette.
What they said ^ Except I don't need to make trips anywhere... Plenty of cars here.... Lots of restorations I want to do and custom one-off bikes I would love to build.
I have a good imagination for stuff like that and finding ways to make things work.
And I would buy a LOT of land.. Quads, dirtbikes and various other toys... Go hunting and fishing a lot.. I would be perfectly content without a real job.. I'd be working..but it would be on my own toys or helping out my friends/ family.
Probably do quite a bit of charity work too..and not for tax reasons.
also he has a 64 mustang that he restored for his pops. It has a early 90's 5.0 in it.
and they say that LAPD is under paid
Nice collection.. Good tastes too.
Originally Posted by 93goatfucker04
Im gonna pull the white flag on this one and chalk it up to just being from completely different areas, upbringing, culture and views. Because Ive said the same thing to people around here and it makes sense to a lot
Theres that foreigner feeling again lol
You blame so much on your culture and upbringing that I find it truly hard to believe all of that has to do with being from rural Wisconsin... There are people from seemingly way more fucked up states like New Jersey and Cali that are pretty normal..
BUT, for MOST people, yes. I think it is a bad thing. I think MOST of the time it is just a lack of wanting to step outside a comfort zone, and for a LOT of people just sheer laziness.
It is hard for me to imagine EVER being content. EVER. Even if my goal was for me and my wife and my dog to go live in the woods in a cabin off the grid and we had unlimited funds where it was even EASY to do so, id still be driven to do more. Id be driven to hunt more, fish more, bigger, better, faster, stronger whatever... it is just who I am.
. NOTHING is ever "good enough". And it has zero to do with anyone elses perception. Many people use what other people think of them as a gauge for success.
This... I could never be content.. I thought it was 100% normal for noone to ever be totally satisfied with everything in their life...But I guess that isn't the case for some people... I ALWAYS have a drive to do the next thing... I usually don't give up on something I want unless I find something else I want even more...And when I accomplish that goal.. I am on to the next thing.