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Posted on Monday, February 4 @ 21:51:51 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Any of you who have played the best selling Brain Age games for the Nintendo DS are familiar with the creepy floating head of Dr. Ryuta Kawashima. It turns out over the weekend that he has refused to take his earned millions in royalties.

Dr. Kawashima is apparently entitled to about $11,000,000, but is letting his employer, Tohoku University, keep all the money to fund research and build a new lab.

His family is angry at him, but he refuses to budge, urging them to earn their own damn money, and then, um... not keep it, I guess.

While that's sort of noble, it's also sort of crazy. I think he needs to go back and play the math sections of his game again. Either that or go to work for me and refuse to take money for it.

 

 

 


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