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2010 Salary Madness - April 19, 2010, 05:30 PM

How did your alma mater do? (If it's even on there, unlike mine LOL)

Salary Madness - PayScale's 2010 Men's College Basketball Predictions By the Dollars
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April 19, 2010, 06:09 PM

Mine looks to be about right, backdating for inflation.

Of course when I told some of my old street associates back home who don't exactly play on the right side of the law how I faired ... it was met with silence then ...

"A month? Oh, that's not too bad ... waitttt - whaaaa, a year?! That's it?
You spent 5 years in Maryland to come out and cop that?! Sunnn, I made that in like a month and a half last month and it was snowy and slow. How you gonna stay fresh trying to live off that every year?!"

Clearly they thought once you get a degree from college, you automatically make some kind of shit fuck ridiculous Wall St salary they read about in the NY Post or hear about on the news.



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April 19, 2010, 06:59 PM

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Of course when I told some of my old street associates back home who don't exactly play on the right side of the law how I faired ... it was met with silence then ...


Unfortunately, your street "consultants" didn't get factored into the equation.

"We also do not include self-employed graduates, like consultants, small business owners, and freelance writers."

According to this, I could have made $150k avg over ten years for . . animal studies?!

Other than that, I am still waiting for David Blaine to get back to me on my winning lotto numbers . . .


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i dont think vt is on here whatsoever. lol


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