Do you remember that movie Brewster’s Millions? (Not so fast! That’s not the question!) I think it was a remake, but the 1985 version with Richard Pryor and John Candy is the only one I’ve ever seen. In the movie, Brewster is a minor league baseball player whose obscenely rich relative dies and leaves him all kinds of money. But there’s a condition (isn’t there always?)! In order to receive his $300 million dollar inheritance, Brewster has to spend $30 million in 30 days.
Brewster has a bunch of rules, which makes for a funny movie, but isn’t as fun for a blog question. We’re only going to have two rules–you can only give 5% to charity, and you cannot own any property/assets at the end of the 30 days.
Here’s the question–how would you spend $30 million in 30 days?