Top floor for the biggest thief?
It Wiley’s Joke here that they are both the same? When you use credit you create a liability for yourself.
I believe this may be from the quote: "Success has many fathers, while failure is an orphan.
Seems Wiley isn’t happy with those who want his money.
Well, life does have its ups and downs!
How many people have worked for companies where those buttons should be swapped?
Everything is relative
The strange thing is that when you look at the left side of the panel, you will see that it is cordoned off; apparently the higher ups do not want to associate with the actual working class in any way, shape, or form…..
A credit tends to decrease assets and a debit tends to increase assets.Too many people get a wrong understanding of credits and debits from their banks and other accounts.
If one sign says Credit, the other should say Debit. I it says Liability, the other should be Asset.
Intake credit, you’re a liability
All of a sudden those $100 million dollar CEO’s have discovered its the little guy who does the work that makes the profits and he isn’t there right now.
This refers to the corporate propensity to move “more valuable” executives to a higher floor. I guess it’s because they get their “great ideas” by staring out the window – the higher the greater.
Where is the minion to actually push the button? Does the minion get to judge where each executive is going to end up? Is this simply a metaphor for St. Peter on the corporate milieu?
At best, the doors of the non-exec elevators just open to a hallway that leads to another set of buttoned doors on the same level.
Liability lets them out on the Loading Dock.