Economists: People Who Paint Selves Silver And Pretend To Be Statues Make Average Of $10 Million Per Year

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Economists: People Who Paint Selves Silver And Pretend To Be Statues Make Average Of $10 Million Per Year

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Economists: People Who Paint Selves Silver And Pretend To Be Statues Make Average Of $10 Million Per Year

by The Onion 1:38 mins

Economists at Harvard University released a new study this week indicating that Americans who paint themselves silver and pretend to be statues in public spaces make, on average, $10 million per year.

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