• Aaron Rodgers Has Heard of Ernst & Young, Just Not Sure Where…

    By | May 14, 2015

    Indulge me while I express my love for the SNL Celebrity Jeopardy! skits that aired between 1996 and 2002.

    As an undergrad, I remember a battalion of bros crowding around my roommate's desktop — this was in the STONE AGE before everyone schlepped laptops, you see — watching Norm Macdonald as Burt Reynolds and Darrell Hammond as Sean Connery, laughing until we cried and/or pissed ourselves.

    Among other important achievements, they rightly questioned the honor of Alex Trebek's mother and solidified the comedic value of large cowboy hats. 

    Anyway, this morning I stumbled upon this treasure over at the Accounting subreddit: 

    Not quite a Turd Ferguson moment, but for this site's purposes, it works.  

    [via r/accounting]

    • Chris

      We wish some lame ass public accounting firm could have manufactured something tangible that everyone can enjoy. Instead we just push paper around.

    • ImposterSyndrome

      It’s always a bit strange to me how important the Big 4 are in the accounting world, but almost nobody else knows anything about them or has ever even heard the phrase “Big 4” if they weren’t an accounting major in college. Then again, I really don’t know what the best companies to work for are if you’re a biology major, so they might have something similar and I’d have no clue.