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People will bitch about CEOs, but you never hear them complain about sports figures.
Floyd "Money" Mayweather topped , which was released on Tuesday.
Let's talk about being overpaid. Tens of millions receive money and benefits from the welfare entitlements for absolutely nothing.
Casey will be here shorty to start his pissing and moaning.
His mommy gets him up about 11.
$60 mil contract buy- out.
Teach your kids the art of negotiations.
Comcast, Time Warner....uh, ok.
Pays to be at the top....even if it's the heap.
The real concern is there way to many people complaining about what these successful people make and less people concerned with emulating their backgrounds and achievements to become one.
It is easy to know how to be a Wal-mart greeter or McD burger flipper or a GM bolt turner, not much of a education or background experience required (that is why they make minimum wage), now what is the characteristics of tomorrow's business leaders. Shouldn't that be what our education system is preparing student's for?
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