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Sunday, April 17, 2011

I'm Unsure Of The Exact Tipping Point When The Only Persons You'd See In An Enormous City Dressed Like Businessmen Were Just Pretending To Be Businessmen



If "synchronized phoney businessmen dance" isn't a euphemism for the last decade ...

I just made it a euphemism for the last decade. So there. Or those Japanese fellers did. Someone did. Whatever.

4 comments:

Casey Klahn said...

Well, there is hope for us yet. Except the hope isn't on Wall Street.

These guys have more creative imagination than a hundred board room wonks. While I'm at it, I'll mention that Times Square looks like the back end of the mall where they have the empty stalls. Ugly.

jwenting said...

I'd rather have people were judged on their actions than their clothing, but sadly such isn't often the case...

Sam L. said...

Any idea what they are singing?

SippicanCottage said...

Hi Casey- Are you suggesting that today's high powered money managers are incapable of integrating brand innovative portals while cultivating front-end users to evolve robust partnerships while leveraging real-time relationships and e-enabling cross-media experiences? Or that they just plain suck?

Hi jwenting- Thanks for reading and commenting. I think how you dress is an action, and you should be judged on it a bit. It's more a form of manners than anything else.

Hi Sam- Thanks for reading and commenting. I have no idea what they're singing.