Shortfall Discovered in Bank’s Annual Report; Kids Cancer Charity Funds “Re-Invested”January 11, 2012
Edna returns with another glimpse into her corporate life.
EDITOR’S COMMENT: Trust the BANKERS to rip-off an honesty box to the tune of a hundred and sixty dollars!
Never let it be said that bankers don’t deserve their massive pay and bonuses. They are extremely hard working and accountable. And ethical. And clever. And cunning. And brilliant.
And as part of their oh-so-busy schedule, bankers also find time to “borrow” from poor, cancer-stricken children. Not to feed their socially-acceptable gambling habits, you understand. Not at all. But to leverage their investments. Yes, to leverage their clever investments from charity funds. What could possibly go wrong?
After all, in death, who needs the money?
As the adage goes, “You can’t take it with you.” Especially poorly children. Particularly poor, poorly children. And they’re used to being poor. And poorly. Why should they have any extra monies?
And the bankers are the new gods. They’re doing God’s work. And God knows they do it well.
So think of the poor bankers at this time, taking this adage to its extreme conclusion:
It’s tough times in Big Finance. Got to look after number one. Just like American Psycho.
Edna might be naive, but she always thought that banks were supposed to lend money?
No wonder nobody understands the economy these days.
Better keep coughing up those tax quids to keep it all propped up and plump like a big fat goose that defecates infinite golden eggs for the Illuminati, whilst puking into the taxpayer’s hungrily open lips.
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