Oh Great, Public Accounting Discovered the Selfie Stick

The New York Times reported the arrival of the selfie stick in January of 2015. Then it stated that selfie sticks were mainstream in March. Then in July, it received the satirical Q&A treatment. Finally, in August there was the think piece. Yes, the selfie stick think piece.

In other words, the rise and fall of the selfie stick had been duly noted by the nation's paper of record a couple of months ago.

And today a public accounting firm caught up: 

Sigh. I'll just leave this here so you remember what not to do.

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