Tobias was found dead in his own swimming pool in September, and folks still aren't sure how it happened.
One silly detail that I just had to share was Tobias's cable bill, which was mentioned in the story as an example of how the fund manager "made -- and apparently spent -- millions of dollars a year". So says the story:
His monthly cable bill from Comcast was $535.19.
That's about five times what anyone I've ever met pays for cable service. Indeed, most feel it's a badge of honor to give the cable company as few of your hard-earned dollars as possible.
Even assuming that one bill was for Tobias's two homes, and included a big Internet package, what services must one have on tap in order to run up a $500+ monthly bill?
— Phil Harvey, Barely Managing Editor, Light Reading