Curt Schilling acts like we’ve all forgotten the time he spent  million of public funds on an MMO that never came out

Curt Schilling acts like we’ve all forgotten the time he spent $75 million of public funds on an MMO that never came out

Curt Schilling acts like we’ve all forgotten the time he spent  million of public funds on an MMO that never came out

Former 38 Studios head Curt Schilling, whose studio took $75 million in loans from the state of Rhode Island in 2010 and then laid off all of its employees and declared bankruptcy two years later, has criticized the cancellation of US student loans. (opens in a new tab) plan, stating on Twitter that “irresponsible uneducated children [are] to be covered with hard work Americans paying the debt (opens in a new tab).”

Schilling, who earned tens of millions of dollars as a young man thanks to his ability to throw a ball well, was a fan of MMOs during his MLB playing days (especially EverQuest – in fact, he reviewed a few extensions from EverQuest for PC Gamer magazine, a long time ago).

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