He’s failed with two different restaurant ventures, so I suppose it’s good that Jim McMahon’s newest foray into the business world has nothing to do with food. No, this time around, McMahon’s focus is on something much different: your wang.
McMahon, who hasn’t really been the MVP of anything since he was at BYU almost 30 years ago, is marketing a new “male enhancement” product called MVP. He’s on the sports talk circuit, and he spent some time on Dan Patrick’s radio show today talking about the revolutionary new
scam product. I don’t know if this is what I envisioned his life would become when I dressed up as him for Halloween when I was 9.
$400,000 is a lot of money. Imagine all the things you could do. Get a summer house down at the shore. Take that European vacation you’ve always wanted. Eat filet mignon with supermodels every day and wipe your mouth with a $100 bill. Or go watch the Jets play for all eternity. Yes, one man actually shelled out four hundred grand to live out what sounds like my own personal hell.
(Despite the photo, Findel did not spend the $400,000 at a kissing booth.)
David Findel, owner of a mortgage-lending company (which means he might as well have made his fortune selling the organs of homeless orphan children), dropped some serious bank for two personal seat licenses at the new Meadowlands Stadium. If that sounds like a bargain to you, I hope you choke on your sound investment strategies and large charitable gifts, Mr. Buffett. But keep in mind that Findel still has to shell out $14,000 a year for the tickets themselves. And he has to watch the Jets.