Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The Good Life

Imagine that for 18 months you're at work. Your advice is so helpful that for every four million dollars down the drain or propped up by somebody else cleaning up your mismanagement you make about $225.

Over that span you make about $22 million dollars.

You are Robert Rubin and you live the good life.

(I take responsibility for misleading guesstimathifications.)


Mendacious D said...

You could also be any banking executive, or a recently retired President of the United States.

Righteous Bubba said...

Well, the president part sure, but I take it for granted that there are people who work in banks who don't destroy them or even want to. I suppose coming months will determine whether those people are limited to janitors and clerks.