Their Eyes Were Watching God

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Good money


They made good money, even to the children. So they spent good money. Next month and next year were other times. No need to mix them up with the present.

What is the implication regarding the money in this excerpt?


The men were able to save enough money to send some home to their children.


The men would no longer have to worry about money for the future because they were making so much in the present.


They spent their money well and made good investments so that they would not have to worry about the future.


The men were not thinking about the future, so they were spending all the money and saving none.


They were counterfeiting money in the Everglades.