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    Posted January 5, 2011 by
    Quezon City, Philippines
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    Make a TV show - helping and inspiring lives


    It's my pet peeve hearing poor people saying that they are very poor and government is not giving them help or they don't have jobs and other lamentations in the world but in real life they are not doing anything, they are just sitting around, gambling or leaving their fate in joining TV game shows.Or if the government give them housing, they sell their houses and go back sleeping in the streets again.


    If I won that amount in lottery, I'll keep the $10M for my family and the rest - I'll spent it wisely in producing a TV show. I'll make a TV show helping poor people have a better lives by teaching them how to fish. It's a reality TV showing  rugs to riches stories of people.


    Poor people are given task / jobs and they given salaries and their task is to earn a certain money / saving and if they exceed the amount they'll have a new house and lot and travel freebies. The required amount is higher than their salary in order for them to win the house and lot and travel freebies.


    I will make sure that the TV show will teach and inspire other people to work hard for their own and not leaving their fate to the government or to TV game shows. And of course, the show should be interesting and it'll rate so that it has more chances of having second season, third season and on....

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