Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for April 10, 2014

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    palos  almost 9 years ago

    Love the ones hiding under the table.

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    Can't Sleep  almost 9 years ago

    No problem! Executives don’t get fired – they’ll just close a factory or office or a few stores, and let the working stiffs go. And send the jobs to China.

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    Meh~tdology, fka Pepelaputr   almost 9 years ago

    “YES, we’re screwed!”

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    silverclaw33  almost 9 years ago

    @Nightshade09 Don’t know where you work, but I have seen 5 CEOs come and go over 10 years.

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    vwdualnomand  almost 9 years ago

    yes-men will lead to mismanagement.

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    puddlesplatt  almost 9 years ago

    and whatever you do…don’t make an item that will last, and have you checked the price of a Razor, my Goodness, where did I leave that ‘strop’

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    dabugger  almost 9 years ago

    Treating people as people, human beings; might help. Have asked republicans to try that, but does not penetrate them.

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    NoCents  almost 9 years ago

    I certainly agree about the CEOs being overpaid, power crazy and thinking they are actually right in everything they do (ever heard one admit they were wrong?) but expensive labor in factories and offices and government mandates make it easy for the CEO to cite these factors in moving the jobs elsewhere.

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    Gokie5  almost 9 years ago

    If you need cheering up after all that, see today’s Pajama Diaries at

    In other news, at great personal loss, I am refraining from making a political comment.

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    garcoa  almost 9 years ago

    Who is going to volunteer to explain this quarter’s results to the shareholders?

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    trying2keepup  almost 9 years ago

    Splunge for me, too.

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    dflak  almost 9 years ago

    I worked for one company that just got bought out an installed a new CEO. Six months later, it was bought out again. The CEO was crying because his severance package was only $15 million.

    I got a suggestion. We can outsource the CEO positions to India too. I’m sure there are plenty of qualified candidates who would be willing to do the job for 1/100 of the CEO’s salary.

    I suggested to every elected official that if a company outsources jobs, it needs to pay a “head tax” of $1 per person per hour. So if they outsource to a 10,000 person sweatshop in China, they have to pay $10,000 per hour of operation. Which means they are effectively paying $1.89 per hour instead of 89 cents an hour.

    The money the government makes on this program will go into job training here. So far, no takers

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    Caddy57  almost 9 years ago

    If you are the “little man” you should worry,middle men take the blame for the top man…..but when the company fails the top man sees to his needs first and everyone under the table…I mean under him….suffers.

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    westny77  almost 9 years ago

    Playing hide and go seek. Seriously I had bosses that when they arrived I would hide myself.

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    Hunter7  almost 9 years ago

    But… with no one to say YES! The meeting is OVER!….. Then they will never get a chance to leave and go home.

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