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@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


<decides he doesn't want to visit HR today> 


 

 

It's totally your turn for HR trip. It is! 

07/10/2020 The most commonly used excuse for stupid decisions " Life is too short"
Runner up: "I didnt know"
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@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


From now on he shall be referred to as Old Stone Face 


I don't know if you were around when I shared The Accountant stories 

 

 

I've lived through a war, I have crazy family, I immigrated here at 19, all alone...

I'd like to think of myself as relatively fearless with two exceptions, planes and the accountant. 

I don't argue with either. Just cower and whatever happens, happens. 

Sometimes I try to say something, but then he raises his hand, so I don't. He also sends me home with homework. At least planes don't do that. 

 

He's Ben Stein, only drier. A lot drier. Like Ben Stein mummified 

(former forensic accountant for Chase Smiley Frustrated)

07/10/2020 The most commonly used excuse for stupid decisions " Life is too short"
Runner up: "I didnt know"
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@Remedios wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


From now on he shall be referred to as Old Stone Face 


I don't know if you were around when I shared The Accountant stories 

 

 

I've lived through a war, I have crazy family, I immigrated here at 19, all alone...

I'd like to think of myself as relatively fearless with two exceptions, planes and the accountant. 

I don't argue with either. Just cower and whatever happens, happens. 

Sometimes I try to say something, but then he raises his hand, so I don't. He also sends me home with homework. At least planes don't do that. 

 

He's Ben Stein, only drier. A lot drier. Like Ben Stein mummified 

(former forensic accountant for Chase Smiley Frustrated)


When you started off with that I was thinking of the movie and now can't unsee your accountant being like that IRL

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They make up everything. 

 

Science jokes are the best jokes. 

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@Remedios wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


From now on he shall be referred to as Old Stone Face 


I don't know if you were around when I shared The Accountant stories 

 

 

I've lived through a war, I have crazy family, I immigrated here at 19, all alone...

I'd like to think of myself as relatively fearless with two exceptions, planes and the accountant. 

I don't argue with either. Just cower and whatever happens, happens. 

Sometimes I try to say something, but then he raises his hand, so I don't. He also sends me home with homework. At least planes don't do that. 

 

He's Ben Stein, only drier. A lot drier. Like Ben Stein mummified 

(former forensic accountant for Chase Smiley Frustrated)


LOL

 

To put a timeline to it you already had e-children by the time I started in GC, I think it was pretty soon after it was moved to under Personal Fianance.   I do remember it took like 24 hours for you to tag me as your nemesis Smiley LOL  You just filled in a couple of gaps but I knew most of the rest. 

 

Now, do you do your homework, or does Old Stone Face have to lecture you? 



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@Remedios wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


<decides he doesn't want to visit HR today> 


 

 

It's totally your turn for HR trip. It is! 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VMzn7XBSoM

 

note: only marginally safe for work 



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@simplynoir wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Dinosaur wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

I had to google  GAAP 


Ok "Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" for the financial folks Smiley Happy


Remi, what he's trying to tell you is that it's AMEX math. 


I don't know whether to be amused or insulted at this comparison Smiley LOL


If you didn't get an MBA from HBS we're good here.   If you did, well, I'm not sorry Smiley Very Happy



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@simplynoir wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


From now on he shall be referred to as Old Stone Face 


I don't know if you were around when I shared The Accountant stories 

 

 

I've lived through a war, I have crazy family, I immigrated here at 19, all alone...

I'd like to think of myself as relatively fearless with two exceptions, planes and the accountant. 

I don't argue with either. Just cower and whatever happens, happens. 

Sometimes I try to say something, but then he raises his hand, so I don't. He also sends me home with homework. At least planes don't do that. 

 

He's Ben Stein, only drier. A lot drier. Like Ben Stein mummified 

(former forensic accountant for Chase Smiley Frustrated)


When you started off with that I was thinking of the movie and now can't unsee your accountant being like that IRL


Add 35 years and something like that. I'd be lost without him

That's why he gives me homework 

Guy literally said " When I get rid of few of you, I'll be able to retire" Smiley LOL

He's doing everything in his power to lessen my reliance on him. I've known him since 2007. 

 

 

07/10/2020 The most commonly used excuse for stupid decisions " Life is too short"
Runner up: "I didnt know"
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@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@simplynoir wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Dinosaur wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

I had to google  GAAP 


Ok "Generally Accepted Accounting Principles" for the financial folks Smiley Happy


Remi, what he's trying to tell you is that it's AMEX math. 


I don't know whether to be amused or insulted at this comparison Smiley LOL


If you didn't get an MBA from HBS we're good here.   If you did, well, I'm not sorry Smiley Very Happy


Hahaha fair enough Smiley LOL

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@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

@the_old_curmudgeon wrote:

@Remedios wrote:

Well, he's adhering to 3.) Principle of Sincerity by raising his head, lowering his glasses and looking at me like 

" You did what" while remaining expressionless. 

 

I swear he bathes his face in botox. I've never seen a single muscle move. 

 

 

 


From now on he shall be referred to as Old Stone Face 


I don't know if you were around when I shared The Accountant stories 

 

 

I've lived through a war, I have crazy family, I immigrated here at 19, all alone...

I'd like to think of myself as relatively fearless with two exceptions, planes and the accountant. 

I don't argue with either. Just cower and whatever happens, happens. 

Sometimes I try to say something, but then he raises his hand, so I don't. He also sends me home with homework. At least planes don't do that. 

 

He's Ben Stein, only drier. A lot drier. Like Ben Stein mummified 

(former forensic accountant for Chase Smiley Frustrated)


LOL

 

To put a timeline to it you already had e-children by the time I started in GC, I think it was pretty soon after it was moved to under Personal Fianance.   I do remember it took like 24 hours for you to tag me as your nemesis Smiley LOL  You just filled in a couple of gaps but I knew most of the rest. 

 

Now, do you do your homework, or does Old Stone Face have to lecture you? 


He's my first eKid, but he started as a driver and got dropped off in a ball pit at some airport, and we forgot about him. 

That's all I remember on how I ended up with him (because Universe hates me and wants me to sulk)

 

Homework Smiley Frustrated

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Runner up: "I didnt know"
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