Newsweek came today and I saw this article with the picture of 2 young chaps and it said Todd Krizelman and Stephan Paternot and it said something about "jackpot" and there's a number written there: $35 million.
Excuse me, was that money? They're the ones behind theglobe.com. And gees; they're only 25. I turned into the title of the article, and very funnily it said "They're Rich (And You're Not)". Har, har, very true. I wonder what I'd do if I have that kind of money. Maybe I'd go live in somewhere tropical and go diving whenever I like. Or maybe I'd compose and play my music all day. Or make as many flash animations as time allows. But I'd need to do something -- not for the money, just for the love. So I'd be teaching music to little children and only pick ones that I like, and make miniatures of buildings.
No, not really. I was just trying to make myself feel better that I'm not that rich. I was gonna say, "Hey, but that's all what I do now even tho I'm not rich!" but OK, I admit: I do envy them a bit. They got to fly first-class by design, and the only way I could do that was hoping for an overbooked flight.
Hmpf. Don't worry. I'm quite content with myself.