The haircuts part is funny
The New York Times got toddler's tax returns.
Expect a torrent of competing quips
about his biz deductions 'gainst 'twas earned.
Instead, let's laugh at bill paid for hair snips!
Reporters claim Apprentice-era sum
for sculpting Cheeto coif was roughly this:
ten thousand hours of work at minimum
wage set by feds today. Nothing's amiss?
In Gladwell's telling, that's enough time to
begin new thing and drill to mastery.
It's plausible that happened: his slimed 'do
required a mason's skills of plastery.
This stylist-carpenter got boy's spray-tanned
skin to match hair for just seventy grand!