• I can't decide if this is Obamanomics or corporate﻿ America!

• At maximum, he worked 190 hours in the year (if every holiday is a Sunday or vacation day). At minimum, he worked 99 hours (if every holiday is a work day). Since he gets paid \$1 for every 24 hours, this means he gets paid \$0.04 per hour. As such, he gets paid somewhere between \$3.96 and \$7.60, depending on the holidays.﻿

• I believe alot of Corporations use﻿ this as a management training film!

• What﻿ a rip!

• it goes to show that every single﻿ people making comments trying to figure this out on their own has no sense of humor whatsoever.

• "If I get some of it I'd be lucky"!!﻿ Classic Abbott and Castello.

• it's pretty bad when people are trying to make sure that someone on a movie from about﻿ 70 years ago is getting payed right.

• It is a joke, what is with all these maximum and minimum pay calculations? to﻿ begin with, he is supposed to get \$1/day of 24 hours, not \$0.33/day

• quit*﻿

• People!!!!! Its a joke, quite trying to be﻿ smart by fiiguring out what it should be. Just laugh! :)

• He didn't work for 14 days on vacation, 13 days on holiday, and 52 days on sundays, so 365-14-13-52=286 days of work.

He works 8 hours a day, minus 1 for lunch break, 7 hours a day. This is 42 hours per 7 days (a week) because he doesn't work on sundays. 42 hours per 7 days﻿ -7/2 (half time on saturdays) is 38.5 per 7 days, or 5.5 hours per day on average. 5.5 hours per day is about .22916 of the day. .22916*286 is \$65.5, so he should get 65.5.,

• thing is, theyre taking away entire 24 hour periods off of the original 121 dollars, per every 8 hour period he got off, so hes taking off three times the 121 that he should have﻿ after that.