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A musician, playing a guitar, says to his audience, “Thhis next song’s about spreading risk in a volatile market by diversification.” more
A businessmen asks a wise man, sitting in a yoga postition, “when bond yield goes down, can you explain why net asset value goes up?” more
Shoppers look surprised as they walk past Fry’s Supermarket with a grand opening sign and a sign in the front window that reads “Day-old Bread 1/2 price” more
A group of meeting members, who all look shocked, surprised and embarassed, listen to one member say “Well, THAT certainly was a frank discussion! Shall we proceed to the inevitable apolobies, retractions and clarifications?” more
A female employee, who just made coffee in the company breakroom, looks stunned when a male coworker, reading a paper says, “It appears that under the new reorganization plan, our salaries will be funded by a Kickstarter program.” more
A woman, sitting with her son in the living room, says “I remember when Winston Churchill said, ‘Never has so much been owed to so few.’ “ To which her son replies, “Was he talking about the banking industry?” more
A caveman, proufly showing off his invention, a wheel, is confronted my a naysayer, who tells him, “Nic, but I see it more as a gadget than a real invention.” more
A grumpy-looking CEO, talking on his phone, says “The 10th and the 11th are definitely out … how about the 12th of never … ? more
A job applicant looks surprised when the business owner tell him “our little joke … we call the doorman’s job an entry level position.” more
An employee whispers to his coworker, as their boss reads slips of paper from what appears to be a suggestion box, that “He has a very open mind. Everything goes in one ear and out the other.” more
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