Sunday, December 9, 2012

What's on your Christmas wish list?

Good morning economists and have a great week. I remember the feeling of waking up on Christmas morning to a smell of fresh coffee and breakfast. I remember opening my presents in a frenzy of joy eager to play with my new games. Hey, afterall I was five at the time.

Growing up, I still had my Christmas wish list prepared. Sometimes my wishes were realized. Some other times...not so much (darn clothing gifts!).

Sometimes though, money cannot buy that special gift! Take the example of Marc Paskin, a San Diego millionaire who is well known for his charity work. Marc lost his wife back in 2002. Although he dedicated his life in helping the poor, he now wants something from Santa in return.

So there you go...Marc wants a Latina girlfriend and he is not afraid to let the world know about it. Call me crazy, but I know that Marc will eventually find his Latina girlfriend.

They say that money cannot buy happiness but does that apply in the case of Marc? Will his future girlfriend love him for the person that he is or will his money act as an extra motive? Are we sure that money cannot buy happiness?

Have a wishful day!


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