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Old 01-26-2010, 02:05 AM
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And I bet you would never drive them
Why would i want to drive thiers ? Mine would be 10 times more badass than thiers.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:41 AM
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Seriously...how many Haitians would fit in that car anyway? The 10 grand was awesome.

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Must be nice.......360k on vehicle, but only 10k to Haiti..........
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Old 01-26-2010, 11:04 AM
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ahh , its the American way , You cant tell me that if you had all the millions that man has that you wouldnt by your kids the absolute best you could. He did whatever he did and made millions of dollars , and he is enjoying it .
Yes I can. There's nothing wrong about having nice things, but excess like that, that's wrong. He did earn his millions, and he does have the right to spend it the way he wants to, but for a man claiming to be a Christian do you believe that an act like that reflects the spirit of Christ?
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Old 01-26-2010, 01:55 PM
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I would bet ( no pun intended) that 300 grand just really isn't that much compared to what he has so it wouldnt be any different then one of us buying a shiny new Mustang for 25 grand, which wouldnt be a big deal at all.

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Yes I can. There's nothing wrong about having nice things, but excess like that, that's wrong. He did earn his millions, and he does have the right to spend it the way he wants to, but for a man claiming to be a Christian do you believe that an act like that reflects the spirit of Christ?
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Yes I can. There's nothing wrong about having nice things, but excess like that, that's wrong. He did earn his millions, and he does have the right to spend it the way he wants to, but for a man claiming to be a Christian do you believe that an act like that reflects the spirit of Christ?
How is it unchristian to buy an extravagant car for you kid? If you bought your kid a $10,000 car should a very poor man consider you unchristian for spending so much? It's all relative.

At least he's spending his money and helping to keep some people employed.
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Old 01-26-2010, 02:24 PM
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I'd buy my kids a cool expensive safe car. Their daddy has a race truck so I know they have it in their blood to go fast. I would prefer they do it in something like a 4door chevy truck or suburban. i know those aren't as cool. if i worked as much as he does and wasn't home (I am assuming he isn't home much- just a guess) i 'd probably feel obligated to buy their love also

both my kids say they want a big truck when they get bigger, hopefully no fast cars!
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Old 01-26-2010, 03:21 PM
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Whatever floats his boat.. To each his own. I personally think he would be way more cooler in my eyes if he did more for fellow mankind, but it's his biz how he wants to handle his money.. I would buy my kids flashy stuff as well, but also make the little jerks service mankind also and btw I am kidding my kids are not jerks.. I was kidding
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:31 PM
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how about buy the kid a bible and pencils and paper for school so he can actually become smarter than a dumb ass rapper who throws sex parties every weekend for the rest of his life like his dad. spoiled brats these days. jeez i swear
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:38 PM
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How is it unchristian to buy an extravagant car for you kid? If you bought your kid a $10,000 car should a very poor man consider you unchristian for spending so much? It's all relative.

At least he's spending his money and helping to keep some people employed.
You have a point on the keeping people employed bit for sure. I don't see the relativity between a 360k car and 10k car. At all. Even to a poor man. Excess is excess. No one needs a 360k car

As for the unchristian part, the only thing I can say is if 'Diddy' tithed his 10%as far as I know that is all he owes God. However, the Bible warns
"But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition."
1 Timothy 6:9
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"Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him" 1 John 2:15
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How is it unchristian to buy an extravagant car for you kid? If you bought your kid a $10,000 car should a very poor man consider you unchristian for spending so much? It's all relative.

At least he's spending his money and helping to keep some people employed.
And if someone runs their key across the paintwork, then that will force Puff Daddy to spend even more money fixing it, which will also keep some people employed.

And just for the record anyone who buys their 16 yr old kid a car that big and powerful is retarded. Youngsters and fast cars don't mix. When I was 16 I remember some rich Indian getting bought a Porsche by his father on his 17th birthday, and a few weeks later he ended up losing control of it whilst driving too fast and showing off during lunch break and mowing down and killing two elderly sisters. He went to prison for it, and in my opinion his moron father should have followed. I'd have also deported them but that's another story.
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