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    Don’t Pretend That the Presence of Three Grant Thornton CEOs Had Nothing to Do With a Cubs Victory

    By | October 31, 2016

    The first Cubs World Series win at Wrigley Field in 71 years wasn't just going to happen.

    • keepin_it_real

      Waiting for Chipman69’s response about his instinct for growth and his chosen markets…

    • sludgemonkey

      Nusbaum would be a Phillies fan and Chipman is a Brit–he is interested in rugby and cricket. WTF

      • The Horniest Partner

        New bandwagon Cubs fans are coming out of the woodwork these days.

    • Chipman69

      The DYNAMIC holy triumvirate of GT present at the same place and time!!!! These three men possess an INSTINCT FOR GROWTH so strong that their WHOLE SELVES can make even the loosest Chi-Town hookers scream with ecstasy long after penetration!!!!! No doubt they were boasting to each other about the number of CHOSEN MARKETS they have penetrated!!!!!!!!!!

      • AaronBalake

        This guy is the best.

      • The Horniest Partner

        Maybe the triumvirate can help raise the “L” (loser) pennant after tonight’s game.

    • sludgemonkey

      One of the realities of GT is that the Purple Rose is too busy thrusting to penetrate their chosen markets to attend too many Cubs games. I see Jay Cutler and the Bears as a better spokesperson for GT–after all, Jay and GT both fail peer reviews with regularity.

    • Sammy K

      I’ve never heard of a company with 3 CEO’s. Isn’t the point of a hierarchical organization to have a decision maker?

      • keepin_it_real

        Companies have multiple CEO’s for divisions and then the main CEO who’s in charge of everyone. That’s what the GT picture is: Global CEO/ main guy, current US CEO, and former US CEO.