Nor does it seem real which either means: 1) It's totally real and if so, let's pray for this person; 2) It's totally not real. But hey, someone shared it with us on Twitter, so okay!
Monday marks the first day of summer so I suppose we should salute the young men and women who will invade accounting firms for the next couple of months.
It's the last Wednesday in February, so busy season is moving right along. #BusySeasonProblems, on the other hand, seem to be picking up the pace in recent days:
You cannot deny the chaotic beauty of Twitter. There's something oddly soothing watching millions of voices shout into the void with little regard for who will be listening.
If you're wondering how things are going inside the Black and Yellow during these early stages of busy season, you'll be relieved to know that people aren't starving:
No superfluous tweets here!
It's only January 6, so it's still too early for #busyseasonproblems, but it won't be long. No, it won't be long.
Because it's our job to pay attention to these things, we heard that Deloitte Global CEO and sayer of the ridiculous Punit Renjen had joined Twitter. And it's true, he's on there alright.
So here's a thing that is happening tomorrow:
Six foot circus peanut Donald Trump has an issue with Amazon or the Washington Post or tax shelters or something: