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The answer to the eternal question “Is it better to be a jock or a nerd?”

Michael Jordan makes over $300,000 a game. That’s $10,000 a minute, at an average 30 minutes per game. With $40 million in endorsements, he makes $178,100 a day, working or not.

* If he sleeps 7 hours a night, he makes $52,000 every night while visions of sugarplums dance in his head.
* If he goes to see a movie, it’ll cost him $7.00, but he’ll make $18,550 while he’s there.
* If he decides to have a 5 minute egg, he’ll make $618 while boiling it.
* He makes $7,415/hr more than minimum wage.
* He’ll make $3,710 while watching each episode of Friends.
* If he wanted to save up for a new Acura NSX ($90,000) it would take him a whole 12 hours.
* If someone were to hand him his salary and endorsement money, they would have to do it at the rate of $2.00 every second.
* He’ll probably pay around $200 for a nice round of golf, but will be reimbursed $33,390 for that round.
* Assuming he puts the federal maximum of 15% of his income into a tax deferred account (401k), he will hit the federal cap of $9500 at 8:30 a.m. on January 1st.
* If you were given a penny for every 10 dollars he made, you’d be living comfortably at $65,000 a year.
* He’ll make about $19.60 while watching the 100 meter dash in the Olympics.
* He’ll make about $15,600 during the Boston Marathon.
* While the common person is spending about $20 for a meal in his trendy Chicago restaurant, he’ll pull in about $5600.
* This year, he’ll make more than twice as much as all U.S. past presidents for all of their terms combined.

Amazing isn’t it?

However, if Jordan saves 100% of his income for the next 250 years, he’ll still have less than Bill Gates has today.

Game over. Nerd wins.

Q: How can you tell when a salesperson is lying?

A: His lips are moving

Q: What’s the difference between a lawyer and an onion?
A: You cry when you cut up an onion.

A tour guide was showing a tourist around Washington, D. C. The guide pointed out the place where George Washington supposedly threw a dollar across the Potomac River. “That’s impossible,” said the tourist. “No one could throw a coin that far!” “You have to remember,” answered the guide. “A dollar went a lot farther in those days.”

Q: How many economists does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Seven, plus/minus ten.



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