One Million Dollars Worth of Proof of the Value of Asking for What You Want
Via Consumerist I see that, unless things unravel for him before Feb. 2, comedian Craig Rowin has found perhaps the easiest way yet to become a millionaire: Make a funny video asking millionaires to give you 1 million dollars.
Rowin put together the following video asking Steven Spielberg, Lagy Gaga, and every other millionaire he could think of to "give me a million dollars." He even whispered to Willow Smith that she should "run into your parents' money room, find the money and send me a million dollars."
The video above and updates such as this video were humorous but, I suspect, not something that Rowin really believed would actually lead to him receiving a check. But that all changed, the New York Daily News reports, when Rowin received a call from a "mysterious moneyman named Benjamin" who has vowed to present him with a check for ... one million dollars! According to Rowin, Benjamin has promised to deliver the check during his show on Feb. 2 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Manhattan.
Here is Rowin's celebratory video:
So stay tuned, or attend the show Feb. 2, to see if simply asking for it is, in fact, a viable method of becoming a millionaire.
Posted by Bruce Carton on January 25, 2011 at 04:41 PM | Permalink
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