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Good news for Yahoo shareholders! It turns out that people who make less than $20,000 per year spend more than a third of their life in passive leisure, while those earning more than $100,000 a year, spend less than a fifth of their time relaxing. In fact, according to Nobel Prize-winning behavioral economist Daniel Kahneman, "being wealthy is often a powerful predictor that people spend less time doing pleasurable things and more time doing compulsory things and feeling stressed.” So Yahoo's share price plunge may have you on the edge and your options underwater. Relax! These days any trailer with a good satellite hook-up can get several hundred TV channels. (Photo by tombothetominator)