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09-10-2004, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by WrightOn
Yes they do. Fundamentals aren't at all the subject anyhow. Apples and oranges. This is way more in depth than your hot dog stand.

The other professional sports can't compare, and no business model is close. Hard one to argue with "I pay my people like this, why can't they!" or "This is what Michael Eisner would do!"
My "hot dog stand" business has assets. These assets will depreciate over time and this depreciation can be used as an "expense" or a "loss" come income tax time. In your omniscience, you must know that all NHL owners list their players as "assets" on the books and use their "depreciation" as a "loss".

The fundamentals are the same. How they are exploited is different.

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