If you had $100 billion to give away, how would you spend it?
Question: If you had $100 billion to give away, how would you spend it?
David Patrick Columbia: I’d buy a car first. If I had $100 billion to give away, I probably would spend a great deal of it on finding a way to feed people, and shelter people, and show them how to create those resources for themselves at the same time.
Conducted on: October 29, 2007
First, a car. Then, setting about to feed and shelter the needy masses.
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