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TolunaTeamCA

  22 days ago

Weekend Opinions Contest – 15 Minutes of Fame

Hello Influencers, 

Have you ever wanted to be famous? Or maybe did ever want to leave your mark on something? 

Let's say you get your 15 minutes of fame; tell us what would you do with them and how would you use them in order to make your life better. Do so by participating in this weeks Weekend Opinions Contest. 

Participating is super easy, additionally it gives you a guaranteed 500 points, plus, the three most interesting opinions (based on our site moderators’ opinions) will get 5,000 points.

Post an opinion to this topic  “Weekend Opinions Contest – 15 Minutes of Fame ”

*Promotion Rules:Open to US and Canada only. Limit one opinion created per person. Members must post an opinion on the designated Toluna Topic for their country, and can win 500 points. Opinions must be posted by 01:00AM EST on Monday, November  27th to be counted.  Bonus points will be awarded to winners by 5PM EST, on Wednesday November 29th, 2017, and will be uploaded to users’ accounts via external crediting. Opinions must not contain any language or image that is obscene, insulting, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, libelous, untrue, misleading or invasive of someone else’s privacy. Toluna reserves the right to review all posts for content, and withhold bonus points from any user violating the rules mentioned above. Violation of these rules, and/or the Toluna Member Code of Conduct may result in the closure of your Toluna account.
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noravandoninck

  17 days ago
Thanks for choosing my post! Reply
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B3522144

  18 days ago
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hyppolim

  18 days ago
I don’t really want to be in any spotlight, but if I can make a difference in the life of someone in need, that would be my 15 minutes of fame. Reply
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Kendale2003

  18 days ago
I'd rather give someone else those 15 minutes.. I honestly do not like the attention, I'd rather be the quiet, invisible, sneak up behind and stab you in the back, kinda person! (I hate confrontation...) Reply
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bgv3117

  19 days ago
get lost Reply
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Reta3

  19 days ago
I guess I'm one of the few who have never wanted or thought about being famous. I just want to be a good person and do the best that I can in life. Reply
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mersid48

  19 days ago
I would be what I am ,a Mother Grandmother, and great grandmother.I have six awesome children, fourteen wonderful grandchildren,and six precious greatgrand children.They are worth more than 15 minutes of fame. Reply
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Marinaside

  20 days ago
I am not fond of being famous. It's definitely not for me. I can’t imagine wanting to go shopping, or alfresso dining outside a restaurant, or even having a quiet time at a restaurant with my family and always having to worry about the paparazzi running after me to take pictures. That's absolutely no private life. However, if I got 15 minutes of fame, I would use it constructively and meaningfully to sway the public's opinion on worthwhile causes. I have always wanted to help alleviate the suffering of the poor, the underprivileged or those whose lives and livelihood had been compromised just because they were born poor. I also often wonder how my individual miniscule efforts can help out with reconstruction efforts in post earthquake, tsunami or hurricane disaster struck regions unless there were massive public donations. I think with 15 minutes of fame and this momentary celebrity status, it would be possible to draw attention to rally behind my causes and to help fund raise on a very large scale. Then I would be able to provide these people with basic food and necessities, medical and educational needs, use the money raised to help out the disadvantaged as well as draw attention to these causes and the charities for sponsoring or adopting a child without a home or children displaced by natural disasters. I can also draw the paparazzi and the public's attention to focus on agencies like Mercy Relief, World Vision and the United Nations Development Program so as to enable these agencies to secure emergency short term supplies and long term funding and help for the rehabilitation of affected children and families. In addition, it would also be a good opportunity to rally businesses around the world to micro-finance, provide loans to these vulnerable poor and affected and help them recover and rebuild their lives. If I get to succeed in these efforts in just 15 minutes of fame, it would be an enjoyable lasting sense of purpose and accomplishment. My life would be better knowing that I had taken on a challenge to make a difference in the betterment of people's lives. Reply
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Karin9

  20 days ago
You've got to be joking, right? First, fame always comes with drawbacks, just ask any celebrity who's been harassed, stalked and even killed. Second, for those who believe fame is 'instant', then you're in for years of blood, sweat and tears before you even get '5 minutes' of attention, let alone 15. In this feckless internet age you may only get '1 minute'. Third, what is the cost of that '15 minutes' of fame? Do you think that it will make you happier, more fulfilled or garner more love and respect? Do what you love to do and if others find value in it, then you will attract fame and perhaps even fortune. All I can say is, "Be careful what you fish for, instead of cod, you may get a whale!" Reply
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georgieevans

  20 days ago
I have been in and out of bands my entire life. I also spent 20 years as a karaoke host. In a way I guess I've had my 15 minutes of fame. I've sang in front of 10 people and 10,000 people. I've sang all over eastern Ontario and western Quebec. I retired when I got pregnant for my twins in the spring of 2013. I miss it terribly. Maybe once my boys are grown I can go back to doing what I love. Reply
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