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0HI0 Comes up in the Red from Independence Bowl trip.

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Posted: 2/21/2013 3:33 PM

0HI0 Comes up in the Red from Independence Bowl trip. Post Rating (1 vote)


Or this: RT  @ PaulMyerberg Ohio lost 30 cents playing in the Independence Bowl, school says. Expenses: 502,445.30. Revenue: 502,445.00.

 Retweeted by Keith Morehouse

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Posted: 2/21/2013 3:54 PM

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Solich's bar tab was $446,384.17 of that total.
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Posted: 2/21/2013 4:34 PM

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**slow building golf clap**
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Posted: 2/21/2013 4:40 PM

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haha
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Posted: 2/21/2013 5:09 PM

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Those financial "numbers" remind me of the following story:


There once was a business owner who was interviewing people for a division manager position. He decided to select the individual that could answer the question "How much is 2+2?"

A social worker applied for the position and answered, "I don't know the answer, but I am glad we had a chance to discuss this important issue."

The engineer pulled out his slide rule and shuffled it back and forth, and finally announced: "It lies somewhere between 3.9999 and 4.00001".

The attorney confidently stated, "In the 1964 case of Smith vs. Jones, the United States Supreme Court ruled 2+2 to be 4." 

The accountant looked at the business owner, then got out of his chair, went to see if anyone was listening at the door, and pulled the drapes. Then he returned to the business owner, leaned across the desk, and asked in a low voice, "How much would you like it to be?"

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