Dee Grande said:
@ layin in the cut, waiting for somebody else's money to dry up. sucker sh*t
Not at all, homie. Make your money and spend it the best way you see fit. I'm just saying don't be so quick to a.ssume the wealth of people who likely won't have any open lanes in the future to generate their current income again.
Basically, be on the up and up. If you think it's sucker sh*t to make sure you're living right when you're older, and getting in a position to maintain certain standards, then you can be the sucker working till your 65 and hoping social security isn't dried up when you get there.
EDIT: Granted, I really don't know what kind of moves these Jersey Shore dopes are making. But after watching the show since the premiere, and reading about their failures in other money-making ventures (i.e. JWOWW's clothing line, the book failures), it's safe to say they really don't have the talent to warrant another significant pay day.
$100K per episode sounds more like a severance package than anything. Especially after the horrible S3. It's like MTV's way of saying "Thanks for making history. Good luck. We'll holler for the VH1 documentary."