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2 definitions by Jay Samson

 
1.
A person that works for a minimum wage job, or close to it, usually in Wal-Mart, Best Buy, McDonald's, Applebee's, Quiznos or a bank that takes their job too seriously and acts like they own the business. If the place was being robbed, they would fight the robber. They scrutinize every coupon coming in like they work for the FBI. They spend inordinate amounts of their own time and money taking care of the place, often coming in on their own time "to see how things are going." Many have the impression their efforts will eventually be rewarded with a better job with a living wage. That is true sometimes, but when it isn't, they have lots of trouble figuring that out. Most of their fellow employees hate them.

A great example of a minimum wage hero is Jennifer Aniston's co-worker, Brian, from Office Space, and his "flair."
Michelle is a minimum wage hero because she virtually works 24/7 at Best Buy, likes to hang out at work on her days off, and even though her boss doesn't pull his weight, she does everything for him for $8 an hour. She thinks she will become a district manager someday, but she's been there for 5 years and hasn't even been considered to run a store!
by Jay Samson August 09, 2009
 
2.
A sports fan that judges players and teams based on statistics, and just doesn't look at the whole picture. It's usually the kind of person who thinks Ben Roethlisberger and Eli Manning are overrated, and Phillip Rivers is the best quarterback ever, yet are baffled why Rivers doesn't have a championship. These are the same people who think Kobe Bryant is the greatest basketball ever, but can't seem to explain why the Lakers were so bad without Phil Jackson as coach.

Some have controversial theories about sports teams based on stats, yet fail to ignore basic things like the win-loss column, among other things, or the competency of a coach.
Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger and Chauncey Billups all consistently lead their teams to winning seasons and championships, yet the stat whore still thought they were all overrated.
by Jay Samson August 31, 2009