Thursday, July 10, 2008


From an article about Tiger Woods being on pace to become the world's first billionaire athlete by 2010:
But a billion is such an abstract number. Let's break that down. Tiger is on pace to make about $100 million this year between endorsements and winnings, even considering the fact that he won't play in another tourney. $100 million a year equals $273,972 a day. $11,415.53 an hour. $190 a minute. He earns three dollars and seventeen cents per second. That means, hypothetically speaking, if Tiger was walking up the fairway in a tournament and saw a $10 bill lying there, he'd make more money by walking right past it.
Hot damn. The next time one of you lawyers get all big in your britches, think about that.

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