Actor Kirk Douglas and his wife Anne have amassed a fortune over decades and now they’re having fun giving it away.
Schumer’s current apartment is a step up from her previous digs, where she and a roommate paid $1,275 to share a Chinatown studio.
Mr. Bicycle travels; he works six months a year so that he can spend the rest of his time going lots of places. He spends as little as possible, preferring to sleep rough and graze for his food.
This is a story about a boyband member refusing to pay a baggage fee, but is it really?
As several prominent examples have shown us, so very many things can go wrong. Success is not a Hazmat suit.
“‘People want to work for less money, I pay them less money,’ Pascal replied. ‘Women shouldn’t be so grateful. Know what you’re worth. Walk away.’ Message received.”
“We don’t ask you for free iPhones. Please don’t ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation.”
“Hamilton’s image is about to shrink on the $10 bill. And he’ll be joined by a woman.”
Say you want the gold, because you want people to understand you’re high status, but you don’t want to pay $10K for it, because you also want people to understand you’re savvier than the average plebe.
ArtNews calls Prince sexist, which feels apt to me: he’s taking self-portraits by young women and imposing his own subjectivity over theirs, turning them into commodities as well as objects at which he — and his other rich male art friends — can leer.