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Former NBA Player David Harrison Admits He Worked at McDonald's After Retirement | Bleacher Report
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I agree, and it is a pompous article from the very start with the headline reading â€œFormer NBA Player David Harrison ADMITS He Worked at McDonald's After Retirementâ€. As if it's a shame on him personally. The â€œshameâ€ (if that's what it is) is on the system that places citizens on a category of success and underachievement, not on the individual. "Proud" of it/him? Yes, I think so.
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This article seems aimed at reminding them to take care of the business at hand. Complete your education and make it count for something.
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Darn skippy. I was aghast that 4 million dollars could disappear that quickly. Education is right. Financial literacy in particular should have been a priority for this man. It is a shame article. Shame on the man for not getting educated. Oh, and it's a cautionary tale for us all on living outside your means as well.