“Curse you Mr. Krabs” he said as he was freed out the Krusty Krab. It’s very obvious who I am talking about. If you know, it’s the cynical, “mastermind” Plankton from the Chuck Bucket. Spongebob was such a funny and kid show, but it definitely had some very interesting takes from each episode for all especially when we talk about entrepreneurship and work life. When I was younger, I imagined myself as Spongebob, the loyal employee! I would be able to please my boss, Mr. Krabs, despite how high or low the pay…

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