Source Code was the most heartwarming DHS training video of the year. Unlike Moon, none of the science worked out--if you're using 8 minutes of memory extracted from an explosion-victim's brain matter to learn things, you can only learn things that the victim knew. Not other things that go beyond the victim's memories, or else you wouldn't need the victim's brain matter at all; just the source code.
Northern Trust's "Wealth" magazine advises parents to suggest the following to their children about saving:
"[G]ive them three separate banks for their money: one for saving, one for spending and one for charitable giving, if that's a family priority..."
Nach, not only do these kiddies have money for saving for "long term toys" on top of buying "short term toys," they're also so high on the disposable list that they're giving to charity. Out of the goodness of their little hearts this is not: Mommy and Daddy are getting income tax deductions for funding the "community foundations" that will later give little Jakey B. his springboard job.