The big lesson learned from the 2008 financial collapse is: fail big. Fail small, you need to pay for the cost of failure. Fail big, feds will pay for the cost of failure. So make sure that all failures are catastrophic, so that there is huge public pressure to "do something". The utilities will have contingency plans ready to hold the hat out for federal handout.
It is high time we repeal these draconian laws and free the economy to create more jobs and prosperity for all. We will form a committee of high powered lawyers and finance wizards to study the constitutionality of these laws, and we are planning to sue them to be declared unconstitutional and hence null and void. Our private assessment is that the John Roberts court will be sympathetic to our plea but timing is of the essence, we need to get the case in the docket while Scalia is still in office.
We will not rest till the Finance sector takes home 98% of all profits earned in all endeavors.
Confidential. Circulation strictly limited. For the eyes of finance executives only
The motto of IT seems to be "Ironclad security is what we strive to deliver. If that reduces productivity to zero, it is not our problem."
Yea, and Lou Gehrig died of Lou Gehrig's disease. [cue creepy music]
More creepily all the onomatopoeia words sound like the sound they describe! bang!
Were there fewer fools, knaves would starve. - Anonymous