MSN- Sue Ann Hamm, the ex-wife of Oklahoma oil magnate Harold Hamm who was awarded cash and assets worth more than $1 billion in the couple's divorce this week, plans to appeal the judgment on grounds that it grossly undervalues the marital wealth she is entitled to.
I don't even where to go with this. Once we start talking splits at 18 billion dollars my brain stops computing how much money that is. For instance, the difference between one billion and eighteen billion is just numbers to me. It doesn't even register as actual currency at that point. All I hear is the B word and it makes my ears perk up. How many zeroes is that? I think you would need a calculator to tally them all. This guy makes like 35 figures a year.
Does this lady deserve more than she got? Percentage wise, maybe. It's still an asinine move to appeal it. Saying 'I do', sitting in a desk chair, and raising a couple kids isn't a billion dollar job. I don't care what emotional distress someone caused you, I think 1 BILLION dollars is enough to cover it. You could rape my ass every Sunday morning for a year and I would waddle away with a million dollar settlement with a smile on my face. How could someone feel 'shortchanged' with a billion dollar bank account? You shouldn't even know what change is at that point. I know the rich stay richer by channeling their inner yamaka, but let's call a spade a spade. Y'all being eating long enough Sue Ann Hamm, stop being greedy!
Hey lady, if you wanted more than one billion you shouldn't have dragged this guys name through the dirt during a 9.5 week trial. You cost the company a portion of it's net worth and in effect cost yourself money. Sucks for you honey. Maybe if you continued to work at the company past 2008 you would have been responsible for more of it's net growth. Instead you decided to plant your old ass on the couch and watch Oprah while your hubby was out there being a boss ass oil tycoon. Housewives don't get more than a billion in divorce settlements. That's how America works. I'm pretty sure that is in the Constitution somewhere. Amendment 30-something. To each their own, I guess. I am disappointed when I see how much in taxes came out of my paycheck, this lady is disappointed when she sees a billion dollar deposit. Give these bitches an inch and they try to take the whole fucking mile.