. . . Friday February 27, 2004

Smith and Lesson

James Joseph Miner, the Chairman of Smith and Wesson, was removed from his position after fellow company higher-ups learned of his past that included 15 years in the can for a series of armed robberies and an attempted prison escape. Wait, I don’t see the problem here. How did he break with company rules? Was he armed with a knife? While he is out as Chairman, Minder will remain on the board of the company. (Hey that’s one way to motivate employees to hit their goals.)

Concentration is important!