The article doesn't really explain the "why," but the data are interesting enough.
"The Top 1% of Recording Artist Superstars Capture 77% of All Revenues From Internet-Based Sales; the Remaining 99% Divide the Remaining 23% of Revenues".
Who's up for taxing the hell out of those filthy rich musicians?
I'm not really sure, however, the KFC version would be up to par.
Just three days after the Washington Post revealed the heinous practice, the Social Security Administration announced "it will immediately cease efforts to collect on taxpayers’ debts to the government that are more than 10 years old."
I'd say it's another example of Justice Brandeis's fine axiom, "Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants."
Supposedly it cost $50 million to build. So even at $45,000/night, I don't see how it works out as a sound investment.
Yet another example of just how evil cancer is:
The shortage of oxygen, or hypoxia, created when rapidly multiplying kidney cancer cells outgrow their local blood supply can accelerate tumor growth by causing a nuclear protein called SPOP — which normally suppresses tumor growth — to move out of the nucleus to the cytoplasm, where it has the opposite effect, promoting rapid proliferation.
Two years old, but still good.
Yo mamma so dumb she thought marginal analysis was about butter.
The author well knows--as do the readers--that this is, currently, but a dream.
But a journey of 1,000 miles begins with the first step.