Rich people are just like us: They put their pants on one leg at a time, and when it comes time to settle an argument, they stoop to the same petty tactics that those of us camped out closer to the poverty line do. For example ...
4Corporate Infringement Case Ends in Arm Wrestling
When Stevens Aviation realized that rival company Southwest Airlines had inadvertently infringed on their slogan, they could have easily taken them to court. But Stevens Aviation CEO Kurt Herwald had the same thought so many of us do every single day: "Why involve lawyers in this when we could just as easily arm wrestle?"
Dallas Morning News
We dare you to look at this photo without humming "The Final Countdown."
A hilarious series of letters to rival CEO Herb Kelleher later, the match between the two unlikely bicep fight participants was set. The winner would get the slogan; the loser would pay $5,000 to the charity of the winner's choosing.
Which we hope was the Carpal Tunnel Foundation.