Since this is an exceedingly boring sports month right now, just read an interesting article about the wealthiest NFL owners, and David Tepper, current owner of the Carolina Panthers since 2018 and former part owner (5%) of the Steelers up until the Panther acquisition is the #1 with a reported worth of $12.5 billion. Tepper has deep Pittsburgh roots having been born and raised in the Burgh and a grad of Peabody High, Pitt and Carnegie Mellon. He's donated a cool $125 million to Carnegie Mellon over the years and they're running out of space for all his nameplates on those new buildings. Below is a link to this article/list of the top 15 wealthiest NFL owners of which Tepper is #1. It describes how each made their billions. Tepper made his through hedge fund management. While I'm sure it was all on the up and up, all I can think about is Gordon Gekko (Wall Street: The Movie) who fictionally only had a net worth equivalent to Jerry Jones level at around $9 billion. Too bad that Tepper couldn't have been even more loyal to Pittsburgh and taken the Buccos out of Bob Nutjob's hands. https://www.businessinsider.com/the...wners-and-how-they-made-their-fortune-2019-11 OK - back to your sequestration everyone.