Here it is Saturday, and your paycheck is still warm in the bank, and maybe you have some spare dollars to spend. Let's say you have $203,150 to spend.
"You have $203,150 to spend."
Now let's say you can't really buy a great house with that, and that sum is too much to spend on a car, although you could get a nice car and a great RV with that much, and hit the road for a while.
You could give it to any number of deserving charities.
You could really spruce up your wardrobe, or get new furniture for the house, or have a brick pizza oven installed in the living room.
OR you could have bought the original color portrait, done by Norman Mingo, of Alfred E. Neuman, which appeared on MAD magazine issue #30 in 1956. The original brought in, at an art auction in November, 2008, that sum: $203,150, from some guy with a REALLY mad wife.
I bet he hung it in his den and his friends come over all the time to see it and his friends' wives hang downstairs with his wife, all going, "WHAT? He bought WHAT?"
What, him worry? If you have that much money for that picture, you surely have enough for some other things. But I'd love to see that picture!