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Useful info for those genuinely interested.https://www.state.gov/reports/2020-country-reports-on-human-rights-practices/
Clearly all the super rich people have more money than they need, and almost all of them crave more. That’s fine; they’re allowed. But please, please, don’t complain your taxes are too high.
Quote from: Erik J. Barzeski on February 19, 2022, 07:15:48 PMQuote from: John Kirk on February 19, 2022, 07:09:32 PMThe top 150 athletes in the major American sports make more than professional golfersThe NFL and NBA also make a lot more money than the PGA Tour.Right.According to reports I’ve read, the percentage of money going to the players is pretty close for the NBA, NFL and PGA Tour.A.G.,Regarding the Rules, Hoffman might like to know the Slugger White is the head rules official for the Saudi Tour and I am pretty sure he won’t be writing any new rules of play for them.
Quote from: John Kirk on February 19, 2022, 07:09:32 PMThe top 150 athletes in the major American sports make more than professional golfersThe NFL and NBA also make a lot more money than the PGA Tour.
The top 150 athletes in the major American sports make more than professional golfers
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Mike: Do I like taxes? I like getting what I receive in return for paying them. Living in America. You might ask if I like paying for cars. I suppose I’d prefer not to, but cars cost money.
It seems to me Phil has raised some legitimate concerns, namely the large amount of cash that is sitting in the PGA's bank
Just to continue playing devil's advocate but if Phil shames the PGA into doing something
TimJust to continue playing devil's advocate but if Phil shames the PGA into doing something with the large wedge of cash sitting in the bank, and they end up giving a large chunk of it to charity, who do you think will get some of the credit for that ?Niall
As John alluded to, many of the worlds problems lies not in the have nots wanting more, but in convincing those who have more than they can possibly spend in 100 lifetimes that they have enough.
This has been happening for years in pro sports. Why is anyone surprised?It's just golf's turn now:1. Bobby Hull gets lured to play for the Winnepeg Jets of the upstart "WHL" in 1972.
Hoo boy, KPMG is dropping Phil, effective immediately. That has to put a dent in Phil’s walking-around gambling money.