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I come to your house and offer you a $100 dollar bill or you can wait 2 years and I will give you $500, what is your choice?

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Poll: I come to your house and offer you a $100 dollar bill or you can wait 2 years and I will give you $500, what is your choice? (19 member(s) have cast votes)

I come to your house and offer you a $100 dollar bill or you can wait 2 years and I will give you $500, what is your choice?

  1. $100 bill right now (9 votes [47.37%])

    Percentage of vote: 47.37%

  2. $500 in 2 years (10 votes [52.63%])

    Percentage of vote: 52.63%

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#26
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I was just trying to liven up your lame thread, pussy. Duh, $500 in two years> $100 today. Happy???


Followed by an example un-funny stuff.

I'm reminded of a Soprano's scene. Guys are at a construction site, not working of course, and one guy's ball-busting goes too far and ...


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Not the one I had in mind, but it'll do:



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Here it is:



What, like you guys can get too much Sopranos.

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BigDaddy

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i'll take the $100 you need my address?

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OP said it's 10% of future earnings. 10% of 1 million is 100k 500k is better than 100k


Ok, its possible I misunderstood. I thought we were agreeing on the same outcome but saying so differently.


The correct answer to the OP's questions is always take the greater amount.

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500 in 2 years. Yes, there is significant counterparty risk, but the present value discounted for risk still makes the wait more than worthwhile.

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Here it is:



What, like you guys can get too much Sopranos.


Badda bing, badda boom. Point taken, a bit of an overreaction on both our parts. Hels is a good guy and I wish him no ill will. :cheers



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Badda bing, badda boom. Point taken, a bit of an overreaction on both our parts. Hels is a good guy and I wish him no ill will. :cheers


I had a few wobbly pops in me last night. I just over reacted and should have just let it be :cheers




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