set aside 10% for charity/church, then divide among my wife and two kids.

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A safe deposit box for the ticket until I could figure out my next move before cashing in

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The first thing I'll do is smile from ear to ear. :)

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Set the few business plans I have into motion.

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remain silent

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change my name, get a financial advisor

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Move from the U.S.

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First of all I would give my brother a million dollars because years ago we agreed if either of us won the lottery we would give the other one a million dollars of it. Then I would build my dream home and furnish it.

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buy a villa in altikum,turkey and probably a few other places :P x

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Get Married and move to Australia.

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I'll buy a sport car!very fast!<br />
And would go for a long drive.

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Walk outside, drop to my knees, give a shoutout to the sky and then go buy a new pair of expensive running shoes. Yeah!

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Pay everyone in form of monthly installment to my family and friend.. tell them Im working somewhere and start my journey to visit every corner of the earth :))

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new shocks for my car

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Buy a house for mom and get the hell away from her :)

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Start a charity to help lower enlisted men/women famlies with the baby food, diapers. and end of month food for the kids.

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A great big party.

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I'd divide it into 5 categories:
~Firstly, buy the book "Tax Evasion for Dummies" ;)
~Then investing some of the money into my new start-up business Hollow Leg Store, which means a lot to me and I hope develops into something that can make a meaningful contribution to the world.
~Thirdly, giving to other causes and companies that I respect the morals of and want to support.
~Fourthly, I would travel. Exploring new spaces and cultures always keeps my perspective fresh.
~And lastly, I would put the rest away-- you never know when you might need it, and I tend to squirrel away savings for the unexpected. (and the occasional rainy day) ;)

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I'd divide it into 5 categories:
~Firstly, buy the book "Tax Evasion for Dummies" ;)
~Then investing some of the money into my new start-up business Hollow Leg Store, which means a lot to me and I hope develops into something that can make a meaningful contribution to the world.
~Thirdly, giving to other causes and companies that I respect the morals of and want to support.
~Fourthly, I would travel. Exploring new spaces and cultures always keeps my perspective fresh.
~And lastly, I would put the rest away-- you never know when you might need it, and I tend to squirrel away savings for the unexpected. (and the occasional rainy day) ;)

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