Cuban, Trump Are Grumpy, Old Men

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Money does not yield happiness, as demonstrated by two of the richest men in the nation acting like a pair of grumpy old men on Twitter. 


Last week, we reported Mark Cuban offering Donald Trump a cool $1 million to shave that brilliant head of hair he rocks—all for charity, of course. 


The Dallas Morning News reports the back and forth has become a little more spicy between the two lately, with barbs exchanged between the two rich guys on Twitter recently. 


Through it all, Trump calls out Cuban's drawing power on TV and Cuban lambastes Trump for not taking some money for charity. 

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