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I believe that, yes, athletes are overpaid. Not only is the sole purpose of their job entertainment, but
they get millions paid to them a year. The athletes are paid over double of what, say, doctors get paid per year. Doctors are needed, or at least highly useful for a healthy (and even happy) life.
It really depends on what side you are for. For example, in WWII, the Germans thought they were doing the right ting, but Americans did not. So, we might think of someone like Hitler as a bad person, but they (at that time) thought the Jewish were bad/contaminating people. I personally think that there has been multiple "bad" people throughout history - it just depends on which side you're looking from.
New scientific information suggests that water doesn't behave as a liquid until after there are more than six molecules. ... So, by the definition of wet, which is the condition of being covered or soaked in liquid, then water isn't wet, it just makes other things wet.
Different things make different people happy.
For me, having a good time around people that I'm comfortable with makes me happy. Sure, you can buy someone (adoption), but that doesn't mean I'll be comfortable around them. I know different things make different people happy, but for me - my answer is final.
Money can't buy happiness.