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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-22-2005, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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Calling all Accountants

There is this large company looking for a new
accountant.

They had narrowed there search down to three final
candidates.

Each was flown to the home office and was to be
interviewed by the accounting director.

The first accountant was brought into the director’s
office and was asked the usual interview questions.

Then the accounting director than asked candidate one
final last question.


He asked the candidate #1, “What is 1 + 1 ??”

The candidate answered, “Will there be a department
code associated with that?”

Next!, Said the Accounting director.



The second accountant was brought into the director’s
office and was asked the usual interview questions.

Then accounting director than asked candidate one last question.

He asked the candidate #2, “What is 1 + 1 ??”

The candidate answered, “To what decimal point?”

Next!, Said the Accounting director.


The third accountant was brought into the director’s
office and was asked the usual interview questions.

Then accounting director than asked candidate one last question.


He asked the candidate #3, “What is 1 + 1 ??”

The candidate paused……

Looked over his shoulder…..

Closed the curtains……

Locked the door…..

Took the directors phone off the hook…

And replied…….

WHAT EVER YOU WANT IT TO BE.

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Yep, but now the Executive goes to jail, not the Accountant. Gotta love Sarbanes-Oxley!

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During an interview for a job I held for 2 years, I was asked...

"How do you spell success?"

Thinking he was looking for more of the philosophical answer. I replied with "P.R.O.F.I.T". He laughed, and said... no, seriously, the last guy we had couldn't spell success, so I'm asking you now, how do you spell success?
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