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You know who ELSE went to Wharton?

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Keep in mind these are students at one of the top business schools in America, so it’s not like asking a bunch of anthropology grad students who won the FA Cup in 1948:

Well ACTSHULLY, the median — as opposed to the mean — wage earned by American workers in 2020 was $34,612. That means half of American workers made less than that. The 25th percentile was approximately $14,000. That means a quarter of all workers made less than that. Of course this includes a lot of part-time and intermittently employed workers. Lazy slackers. This is what happens when you hand out Obama phones and just give people money so they won’t starve during a pandemic.

BTW the current two-year cost of attendance at Wharton to get an MBA is $217,500, give or take.

In related news from the world of business, it turns out that Novak Djokovic is well on the way to curing COVID:

A Danish “biotech” company in which Novak Djokovic holds a majority stake is working on a “frequency” treatment for Covid-19 that an expert says bears similarities to the principles of homeopathy.

The world No 1 men’s tennis player was forced to leave Australia on Sunday after the country’s immigration minister cancelled his visa on the basis that his presence in Australia might risk “civil unrest” as he is a “talisman of anti-vaccination sentiment”.

On Wednesday it emerged Djokovic had acquired an 80% stake in QuantBioRes, the website of which says it designs treatments for viral diseases and resistant bacteria through “predicting the electromagnetic frequency” that can interfere with a virus’s activity.

“At QuantBioRes, we work in utilising unique and novel Resonant Recognition Model … a biophysical model based on findings that certain periodicities/frequencies within the distribution of energies of free electrons along the protein are critical for protein biological function and interaction with protein receptors and other targets,” the website says.

It carries a quote from the Serbian-American scientist Nikola Tesla: “If you wish to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency and vibration.”

If a guy with an extreme case of Dunning Kruger is also worth $200 million, it’s basically wrong not to rip him off.

That’s how I see it, anyway. (Remo Gaggi shrug).

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