Winnie the Pooh
June 15-23, 2013 (weekends)
Peace Center Gunter Theatre
For tickets, call (864) 467-3000
You have probably played this game on your phone before or your friends have been talking about it...well, I wanted to get in on the action and see if I could stump you!
Everyday, right before you head to your lunch break, check my blog for a new game. I'll post one around 11:45 every work day and I'll give you the answer later in the afternoon. Cool? Cool...let's do it!
Here are the pics.
First thing you have to do is pay your taxes, so what could you do after that? Here is a list of 10 things you may never have thought of.
#1: 851,703 iPads. If you’ve been searching around for a really good Cyber
Monday deal on the new iPad with Retina Display, you’re probably striking
out. But if you’re the lone winner of Wednesday’s jackpot, you can
purchase 851,703 iPads. That’s enough to give a new iPad to every single
person in San Francisco — and still have almost 40,000 iPads left over
to share with all of the friends you’re sure to be making!
#2: 989 Rolls Royce Phantom Coupes. Maybe luxury cars are more your style. The
2013 Rolls Royce Phantom Coupe starts at $429, 295, meaning you can purchase
almost a thousand of them with your lottery winnings. Better save some money
to build a bigger garage!
#3: The two most expensive celebrity homes in America. In 1991, the late producer
Aaron Spelling and his wife, Candy, built ‘The Manor’ — a 57,000
square feet mansion that sprawls across 5 acres of land. Inside the French chateau-style
Holmby Hills home, you’ll also find a gym, skating rink, swimming pool,
bowling alley, and tennis courts. The house is valued at $150 million. But you’d
still have a few hundred million left after that, so what about buying a second
house just for a fun getaway? In Medina, Washington sits Xanadu — Bill
Gates’ 66,000 square feet mansion. In addition to the standard gym and
swimming pool, Xanadu also has a theater, reception hall, grand staircase, and
a bowling alley, plus 2,100 square feet of library. That’s all to say nothing
of the tech features that are included. Gates’ home is valued at $147.5
#4: 1,700,068 PS Vitas. The new handheld Wi-Fi console from Playstation is certain
to be topping the list of top items this holiday season. With $425 million,
you could be the proud owner of over 1.5 million of them.
#5: 157,465 Smart Refrigerators. Behold: the future of refrigerators. With all
of the new homes you’re going to be purchasing, you might not need quite
this many of Samsung’s smart refrigerators, but they’ll help you stay
connected no matter where in the world you are! The touchscreen display features
apps so that you can leave digital versions of fridge notes, browse recipes,
and even stay updated on sites like Facebook and Twitter. In addition to being
very rich, you’ll also be very cutting edge.
#6: 9 Executive Jets. With the higher end models costing about $45 mil, you
can purchase nine of them. Spring for a slightly less-expensive model and you’ll
be able to afford a pilot and care for your jet, as well. Now that you’re
a multi-millionaire, it’s time to retire early and get started on that
jet-setting lifestyle you’ve always envisioned for yourself.
#7: 653,856 32 GB Samsung Galaxy SIIIs. At their full retail value of almost
$650, you can own over 650,000 of them — without plans. If you opted to
have a plan on all of your phones, you could actually own more.
#8: 236 Tiffany’s Cushion-Cut 11.22 Carat Diamond Rings: Tiffany’s
is synonymous with class, elegance, and high quality items, not the least of
which is their jewelry. Diamonds, in particular, are well-revered at Tiffany’s.
But such quality doesn’t come without a price, and this diamond ring comes
in at $1,800,000. At that price, you could afford over 200 of them with your
#9: 1,396 Bottles of Chateau Cheval Blanc. If this many bottles of the “greatest
Bordeaux of all time” existed, at $304,375 each, you could own over a thousand
bottles of the world’s most expensive wine.
#10: Towns. At the end of the summer, The Huffington Post shared a story from
CNBC about five towns that were for sale. These towns included Garryowen, MT,
Frannie, WY, Valle Piola, Italy, Henry River Mill Village, NC, and Toomsboro,
GA. As for you? You could own all five of them for only $5,475,000, meaning
you’ll have plenty to spare. Don’t want to buy a town? While the one
thing you apparently can’t afford is the $29.4 billion it will cost to
clean up the state of New Jersey post-Hurricane Sandy, you could consider helping
a few of those shore towns that have been destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.