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Thread: Would you spend 22 years in jail for 18.5 million?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patswin View Post
    heck no

    a better question is who would pay someone 18.5 million to spend 22 yrs in jail?
    ya sriously. why so much $$ ? !
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    I'd probably do a year for a mill. Couldn't do more than though....

    The little things you value everyday life like clean bathroom, water, decent food, etc is too much to giveup EVERY DAY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    I'd do year for a million ( tax free). consider it a job that is 365 days long and 24 hours a day. works out to $114.15 per hour, not 20+ years though.

    I could make that last the rest of my life ( say 20 years).

    I definitely do a year for that much money.

    Isn't really nothing. Just read.. work out like crazy.. mind your own business do your time.. and move on.
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    No but I would spend 7 years for 6 mil which is the same percentage.......
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    I'd consider myself worthy of ass time if I ever valued stupid money above my free life experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiPockets View Post
    I'd consider myself worthy of ass time if I ever valued stupid money above my free life experience.
    English please.............
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    I did....I was married for 22 years and got nothing.
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    this is just plain stupid nobody in their right mind would do 22 years in jail for any amount of money (even if you had your own cell and private bathroom etc)

    like someone else said people would for a same % breakdown it works down to 810k a year....for 810k (like someone said tax free money) id strongly consider it (again as long as i had my own cell etc 0% chance of being killed/raped etc) basically do the time and get out and get your 810k

    i think id be set for life the way i currently live with the 810k so for someone like myself i would be something i would consider....
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    Quote Originally Posted by steak tartar View Post
    quit trying to sweeten the deal i said no already

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    At age 18, perhaps give it some consideration.
    Get your college degree while behind bars.
    No overhead.
    Maybe get out early for good behavior, etc.
    Come out at age 40 with $18.5 million.
    I mean I bet many posters here are, were, will be financially fcked when they hit 40....
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    If I had a laptop with access to RX I might consider....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSUSpartans View Post
    Depends, is is it a minimum security country club with conjugals, or a federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison?
    exactly what i thought. Considering this guy was in pound me in the ass thats prolly the offer.
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    New York City's Law Department said it was "disappointed" in the Manhattan verdict and plans an appeal.

    Are they serious? Only reason they say that is cuz they are embarrassed at the media fiasco it caused. Give the man his money and push this mess under the table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betting Food Stamps View Post
    New York City's Law Department said it was "disappointed" in the Manhattan verdict and plans an appeal.

    Are they serious? Only reason they say that is cuz they are embarrassed at the media fiasco it caused. Give the man his money and push this mess under the table.
    These people have no souls. It is more important for their reputation to be intact than for an honest man to be let out of jail. These are the people who are running our judicial systems.

    "Kill all the lawyers."
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