Ze tragedy de greek?

by sidin in

No sooner had the stratosphere healed the hole ripped in it by Beckham's penalty, and France goes out with a whimper to that footballing giant Greece. I am quite happy for Greece of course. They deserved to win, and I hope they continue their brilliant performance. This will be another golden page in their footballing heritage. Which makes it a total of three golden pages.

Tottenham Hotspurs who get the french coach this season wont be too thrilled. If the bugger cant beat Greece with all those Zidane, Henry types I dont particularly see the Spurs beating Man U with anything less than a lead pipe.

And man were the French off course, off target and all that. I mean look at the shit that happened in the match...

Le Snap No. 1

Zidane: "EH!!! What ze f@#$ is Trezeguet doing...?"

Le Snap No. 2

Zidane: "Trezeguet you bastaird.. stop singing "Aaja Mahiya" and find ze footbawl..."

Everyone hates consultants. Most of my friends hate them, the guys who write jokes in Reader's Digest hate them and most of all my professors hate them. Which is ironic, cause I think an MBA just makes you more of a consultant than anything else. Sometimes, after a class, half of me wants to just ask for a refund and run away to a place without consultants or powerpoint presentations. The other half wants to go the the mess for lunch with everyone else. The discussion in class sometimes get so full of it its nauseating...

Prof: So how do you model the distribution system?
Marketing Group no. 52: Sir we use an intertemporal model coupled with a priority based resource alloction system. That should take care of the uncertainties in procurement parameters and unstable economic fallouts. Basically it is an attempt to demystify consumer supplier interface modalities.
Prof: Good... but what about scalability?
MG No. 52: Oh for that after six months we implement a paradigm shift.
Prof: Excellent...

Now you see where the problem starts from. The source of all those jokes on MBAs and consultants. People should just call a spade a spade. In an ideal world case discussions would be soo much simpler

Prof: Good morning. So under these circumstances what should the CEO of Eyewash Consulting do?
Class: Quit
Prof: Good. Class dismissed.

Rapid business education without all the crap. What scares me is if the same consult jargon was to percolate into our schools and our children... The images are scary...

Teacher: So what do you think Robert the Bruce did when he saw the spider?
Student: The spider has brought to the table models of sustained impetus and has disambiguated the protagonist's mental status quo. The arachnid has shown what a unwavering commitement to core competencies can do to the organization. Robert should expedite assimilation of similar best practices. Leveraging completely the power beneath his resource capabilities, will, at the end of the day, drive greater value into the penetration proposition.

Mind you those are words I hear everyday in class. I walk around so disoriented and lost after that, you'd think I was a french footballer.