The Proud Father

Dr. J’s insight on his son’s perceived abilities is downright uncanny, wouldn’t you say?


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  • Bob HarveyReply
    November 13, 2015 at 11:06 am

    There is a saying on Wall Street:

    “Those who can, do.
    Those who cannot, teach.
    Those who cannot do or teach?
    They sit as CEO’s of Forbes 400 companies.”

    So what is also uncanny is Krishna’s grasp of the complex machinery beneath the hood of the corporate vehicle!
    It’s now clear that no matter who becomes the next U.S. President, s/he will designate Krishna as Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
    With his artistic skills Krishna will design a new American currency. The citizens of America would like to see Apchuck in a tuxedo on the $1,000 bill!

    If we print enough of those it will erase the national deficit.

    So as you can see, when it comes to finance, Krishna knows a lot.
    Or maybe he does not, which is even better.

    Due to his aptitude for teaching the world how to build a better company, I fully expect him to receive the Nobel Prize for Economics for his insights into employee infrastructure. I hope he finds time to continue publishing Tech Toons while he prepare his acceptance speech.

    • KrishnaReply
      November 15, 2015 at 12:27 pm

      Let me guess, Bob. You’re a manager.

    • Rex MReply
      November 15, 2015 at 2:08 pm

      Coming from a (probably fellow) corporate leader, there’s nothing more impressive than a butthurt manager telling the people he’s supposed to lead just how *hard* and *important* his job is.

  • Bob HarveyReply
    November 16, 2015 at 12:07 pm

    Krishna asked: “Let me guess, Bob. You’re a manager.”

    As Apchuck’s dad noted, he knew his son would be a manager because Apchuck had no skills.

    So, no, I am not a manager. I have skills. But I do work beneath managers’ know-nothing tyranny.

    That’s why our ship often sails in circles.

    “Those who can, do.
    Those who cannot, manage.”

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