I’ve seen this on one of the top pages of Reddit.com, and I think it’s quite appropriate here. This is a beautiful picture, if you like it, you deserve to have it.
You might be wondering what the guy has to do with a beer? Well, he’s a belgian man, one of the oldest beer companies in the world. He was the first, but he died last year. His son, who is the manager of the company, took over and is now working hard to bring back the company.
And just in case you’re wondering why he’s wearing a hat, he’s probably not in a time loop.
The reason we like to wear a hat is because it acts as a sort of time-machine, like the time-loopy time machine at Disneyland. Imagine a time loop that has you wearing a hat in a certain place every day for a year, and then suddenly you stop wearing it. It would be pretty awesome.
But not too awesome, as it quickly becomes apparent that the company is still having problems. They just recently took a huge financial hit due to the loss of one of their best customers, who is a good friend of the CEO. And the CEO has also been accused of stealing from the company. So theres some good news, but also some bad news.
So you know, we’re trying to get the worst of both worlds. It’s a fact that the company had been in trouble with their customers for some time, but now they’re being accused of taking a massive financial beating. If you were a company that was constantly having trouble, you’d probably be down a few thousand dollars a month. But imagine they were in the red, and the CEO was the CEO of the company.
You would be right. The CEO of the company was the person that set the price for the product in the first place, so he would be responsible for the bulk of the company’s bad debts, but also all the company’s profits since then. The CEO might have been forced out of his job by the company’s board, but it still seems like its very doubtful that he’s going to be able to keep his job.
Be a victim of the company. You can’t expect them to do everything they agreed to. But I do hear the CEO of the company is taking a few days off. I think he’s taking it one day at a time. It is not his fault that he’s been a victim. It’s his fault that he’s being robbed.
This is a great point. In France, a company can be forced into bankruptcy, and the CEO can still keep his job, but the CEO of a company in Belgium does not receive the same benefits he does in the US.