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Would You Like a Million Pennies?

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While talking with my son the other day (he’s 4), he found a penny on the ground. I asked him, “How many pennies would you like to have?”

He said, “One hundred.”

I asked, “Would you like a million pennies?”

He said, “No, that’s too many. They can’t fit in my pocket.”

You know what, I think he’s right. Here’s a neat illustration of one million pennies.

Part of me feels like I missed the opportunity to talk to him about how he can put his money in a bank and they will hold it for him. Then explain how he can make money by doing that. After hearing his simple answer, I could only smile because it was just that…so simple. But perhaps I should take opportunities like that to introduce finance related things to him. But is 4 years old too early??


More Prosper Resources & Others Blogging About Prosper

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Here are a few more sites I thought would be interesting to a Lender or Borrower on Prosper:

Who’s Bidding on Prosper. Updated daily, you can see all of the Lenders and what they are currently bidding on.

Credit Boards Forum about Prosper.

And here are some bloggers that I know are writing about their experiences as a Lender (L) and/or Borrower (B). If your blog is not included, please leave a comment and I’ll add you 🙂

Rate Ladder (L)
Dual Income No Kids (L)
It’s Your Money: Money Musings (L)
Makingourway (L)
My Personal Finance Blog (L)
Plugged in Finance (L)
Prosperl.icio.us (L)
Seattle Editor’s Prosper Blog (L) & (B)
Shaun’s Real Estate Adventures (L)
Spotsearch (L)
Tired but Happy (L)

For more info, make sure you read my Prosper category.