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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 01, 2020

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  1. Dtroutma Premium Member 10 months ago

    Top floor for the biggest thief?

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  2. KenTheCoffinDweller  10 months ago

    It Wiley’s Joke here that they are both the same? When you use credit you create a liability for yourself.

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  3. jmworacle  10 months ago

    I believe this may be from the quote: "Success has many fathers, while failure is an orphan.

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  4. keenanthelibrarian  10 months ago

    Seems Wiley isn’t happy with those who want his money.

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  5. Kind&Kinder  10 months ago

    Well, life does have its ups and downs!

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  6. chmsam  10 months ago

    How many people have worked for companies where those buttons should be swapped?

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  7. saltylife16  10 months ago

    Everything is relative

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  8. nikpromo  10 months ago

    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…..

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  9. AliciaCarlaSimpson  10 months ago

    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.

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  10. JHAppel  10 months ago

    If one sign says Credit, the other should say Debit. I it says Liability, the other should be Asset.

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  11. eastern.woods.metal  10 months ago

    Intake credit, you’re a liability

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  12. #Rad-ish  Premium Member 10 months ago

    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.

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  13. mistercatworks  10 months ago

    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.

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  14. MartinPerry1  10 months ago

    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?

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  15. dot-the-I  10 months ago

    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.

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  16. bakana  10 months ago

    Liability lets them out on the Loading Dock.

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