A lot has been said on the subject of money.
How to get it, what to do with it, what not to do with it, how you should pay taxes and (questionable) methods how to avoid doing so.
Money cannot buy happiness, but some say it is much nicer to be crying in a brand new Lamborghini that is about to be repossessed than in a used car that no one would even pay you the going scrap rate for.
The Beatles sing it can't buy you love, but it can rent a "companion" for the right price.
It can buy you a house, but not make it a home.
It can buy a bed, but cannot help you obtain a peaceful night's sleep.
It can buy a clock, but cannot give you more time or even make you punctual.
It can buy you a book, but not knowledge.
It can buy you position, especially if not genuinely earned, but not respect.
It can buy you medicine, but not health.
Although there are plenty of people wanting to charge you for that too.
So in the end, what good is money?
How should I know?
This post was written by a puppy, remember???
So have a great week folks and please be back here again next weekend for more Sunday Funnies!—AtP.