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Writer's Block: Money to burn

If you were given two weeks off with an unlimited supply of money that was only good for those two weeks (anything you purchased, invested, or saved would disappear when the two weeks were up), what would you do?
Okay, two weeks off means I get two weeks with no disabilities, right? Well, I'd get an RV and a car, pay up a year's worth of insurance in advance, go nuts on art supplies and electronics and then travel to do a lot of plein air painting, taking advantage of my temporary ability to hike and carry a backpack like a normal person. I would also have to do something so that I've got income for afterwards, like purchase rental properties and arrange for management because anything like that would mean I'd get cut off from my Social Security. Still, it should be possible for someone to take that hypothetical situation and turn it into a serious long term income. Oh and I'd buy a farm for our family around this area, all paid up, so we could move there and Kitten could have her horses. Heck, I'd get her a horse or several too. I might be a bit busy plein air painting around here what with the horses!

When you say "unlimited" then that includes things that bring income later on and long term investments. Heck, get the house set up solar and invest in a windmill and all those cool green things while I'm at it.
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