But I will. Ludicrous and, frankly, almost criminal. First of all, no one needs an annual salary of $27.9 million. What on earth would you even spend that much money on? Purchase your own country?
Secondly, I take this over the top salary personally. I can’t help but feel that my individual contribution (over seven years of my life spent as an early participant in two phase one clinical trials for Pfizer) helped feather this fellow’s fine nest.
It is as if I am the serf and this is my lord. Clinical trials as a feudal system? Not so far off the mark, yet oddly out of place and time in this modern day democracy in which we now (co)exist.
However, I have an idea. Ian C. Read could decide to share some of that massive salary, just as I have so generously shared the fruits of my labor (not to mention a whole lot of plasma).
And he could start by taking care of my parking fees.
Agree agree agree!
On Tue, Dec 11, 2018, 7:42 PM life and breath: outliving lung cancer linnea11 posted: ” Now this is compensation. Not mine, his. But I will. > Ludicrous and, frankly, almost criminal. First of all, no one needs an > annual salary of $27.9 million. What on earth would you even spend that > much money on? Purchase your own country? Secondly, ” >
The hell with the parking fees he should provide limo service for you !! This just is so absurdly upsetting.
Yasss!!! As we got a nice bill today for insurance denial of some of my latest procedures and treatment.
How utterly outrageous. Time for a shareholders’ revolt?
Truly perverse! But I believe the person who should be paying you is Albert Bourla, not Andy Behrman. I believe Andy Behrman is the person who posted this tweet-not the CEO of Pfizer.
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