Thursday, April 24, 2008

some people just cannot afford to be careless

from yahoo "A Grammy-nominated violinist has been reunited with a $4 million violin he left in the back of a cab...."

ive lost my car keyys, my house keys, clothes, books, friends....but never in 4 million years would i manage to lose a $4,000,000 anything....


HitThaFloor said...

Then again, I'd probably never OWN a $4 million anything....(unless you want to count my boys).

Anonymous said...

Wow...I don't even know how to begin imagining the whirlwind of emotions that would be driving me to madness over leaving a $4 million anything in the back of a cab.

molly said...

good morning robin
we never know what will eventually have worth, so make sure you try and keep some of those toys in tip-top shape

molly said...

good morning michael
personally, i wonder s also why he left it....freud would prolly say that it was intentional, that somehow, that violin is holding him back

so hen you say "whirlwind of emotion", i do hope he takes some time to really consider why he left it....i mean, people dont forget about things like that, right? (robin, you wouldnt leave one of your kids in a cab, would you? or you michael)

Anonymous said...

I don’t know this guy or how much money he has, but the serious musicians I do know would be more concerned about not being able to do their gig than the cost of their instrument. If Bill Gates misplaced a bag with his laptop that had his presentation on it and a billion dollars on his way to give a keynote address I think he’d be more concerned about his presentation. It’s easy to get distracted.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... leave my boys in the back of a cab. Tempting, but I don't think I'd do it.

As for the toys....Yea, right. I can't even keep a toy in terrible shape, let alone tip top shape. Little One is also known as "Destructor" (to be said in a booming voice, while repeating the word over and over again, as if in a boxing venue).


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