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Date Signed Up:3/28/2013
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#14 - Maybe don't buy a ****** gate 8 hours ago on Baby sitting nightmare 0
#43 - Because she's a prostitute, why does everyone find this especi…  [+] (1 new reply) 12 hours ago on justhookerthings +1
User avatar #44 - cingletwo (12 hours ago) [-]
who knows, if there was a "meh" thumb i'd rate it as such lol
#40 - jokeexplain? Why is this so gross, i really don't get it  [+] (4 new replies) 12 hours ago on justhookerthings +1
User avatar #48 - wallbuilder (9 hours ago) [-]
You and me both - FJ makes plenty of gay jokes then pusses out on this quite vanilla scene.
User avatar #42 - cingletwo (12 hours ago) [-]
her breath smells like cock bruh, she burped and her lady friend smelled it
User avatar #43 - burningchimera (12 hours ago) [-]
Because she's a prostitute, why does everyone find this especially disguisting?
User avatar #44 - cingletwo (12 hours ago) [-]
who knows, if there was a "meh" thumb i'd rate it as such lol
#8 - Why do we STILL refer to them as indian? It only proves that c…  [+] (7 new replies) 22 hours ago on America's Misfortunes -1
User avatar #36 - mrselfdestruct (17 hours ago) [-]
indian
ind
indigenous

this word was used to describe any little brown-skinned man.
We Filipinos were called indyos by the spaniards.
User avatar #115 - doughboyfreshcak (12 hours ago) [-]
Filpinos mentioned. swell with pride[big]****[big]
User avatar #137 - killerliquid (11 hours ago) [-]
YE FUCKED UP HARD KUYA
#139 - doughboyfreshcak (10 hours ago) [-]
#23 - anonexplains (18 hours ago) [-]
... Because indian is what they call themselves. It's your problem for not making a proper term to call them by, instead of "native americe".

What, do you call yourself "european american"?
#20 - anonexplains (18 hours ago) [-]
in my language we have different name for them
#10 - mastercolossus (20 hours ago) [-]
they call themselves indians.
#89 - I prefer japanese porn, somethin about them moans  [+] (2 new replies) 03/02/2015 on My Honors +2
#103 - Aro (03/02/2015) [-]
Reasons I don't like Japanese porn
#95 - xychotic (03/02/2015) [-]
More power to you, I guess.

I can't stand it. Nothing about a squeaky toy getting stuck in an automatic door is appealing to me.
#54 - Looks like incest runs through the family anyways 02/27/2015 on Family Problems +2
#58 - Because she put BOY, i always picture it like a five year old … 02/27/2015 on It really is +7
#90 - I think i just pictured it in a way that made it seem like you… 02/26/2015 on LEGO is indeed awesome +1
#78 - Nobody pays a CEO, they own the company, they make whatever pr…  [+] (28 new replies) 02/26/2015 on LEGO is indeed awesome -7
User avatar #83 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
a ceo does not own a company, share holders own a company. BoD take input from stockholders (usually the people who have huge amounts of shares) and leave the burden on the CEO to fulfill the shareholders. The BoD can elect or terminate a CEO so how is a CEO an owner if his employees can decide if he stays or goes? The answer is not as simple as "CEO is the owner" because that is true and false. For instance, 2 mins ago i started a business selling flattened beer caps. I started the company so i declare myself the CEO. Conversely with LEGO or any other major company (apple, microsoft ,Lego) what have you it dosnt work that way.
User avatar #143 - dorfdorfdorf (02/26/2015) [-]
the shareholders dont own lego because lego doesnt have shareholders
#120 - anonymousfinn (02/26/2015) [-]
How the FUCK are you getting red thumbed while guys saying that a CEO is the owner of the company are getting greenies? IS FUNNYJUNK ACTUALLY RETARDED? Ffs, should I be ashamed to admit that this actually struck me as a surprise?
User avatar #121 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
thank you kind citizen.
#122 - anonymousfinn (02/26/2015) [-]
You're welcome. I don't know about the kindness though, more like ''retardedness hating citizen''
#90 - burningchimera (02/26/2015) [-]
I think i just pictured it in a way that made it seem like you were implying the CEO has a boss, I'm not an expert on the subject personally, so i don't really know what i'm talking about
User avatar #79 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
dosnt quite work that way kiddo
User avatar #82 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Chief Executive Officer. You don't really get higher in a company than that.
User avatar #84 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Except Board of Directors
User avatar #86 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
No, the top 3 people in a company would be the CEO, the CFO, and the COO.
User avatar #91 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Here you go kiddo.... "The CEO Leads the Company
A CEO is a full-time leader and the company’s top decision maker. This leader establishes strategic processes, oversees progress toward meeting corporate objectives and instructs other leaders to take appropriate actions to keep business moving in the right direction. The CEO holds other executives accountable when things don’t go the way they should. In turn, the CEO is held accountable by the board of directors and is expected to follow board direction and implement board decisions."
User avatar #89 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
What about Chairman of the Board? oops forgot that one?
User avatar #92 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Chief Executive Officer is usually the leader of a company, most times actually owning it. Chief Operations Officer makes sure the company's production, shipment, advertisement, et cetera, are all working properly. Chief Financial Officer helps decide where the money goes, and what risks should or should not be taken.
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User avatar #94 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Kind of true...but again you missed the Board of Directors....
User avatar #106 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
If someone owns a company and has the power to shut it down, they have the most power.
User avatar #107 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
CEO DOSNT OWN THE COMPANY
User avatar #108 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Many times, the owner is CEO.
User avatar #109 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
NOT IF THE COMPANY IS PUBLICLY TRADED! WHAT IS A SHARE HOLDER?
User avatar #110 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Someone who holds a small fraction of a company, no need to yell.
User avatar #124 - travishein (02/26/2015) [-]
Listen, listen, listen...you guys are being way too aggressive over this. A typical business entity the size of LEGO, management would be as follows; Management Board (CEO, CFO, ETc.) is = to Board of Directors is = to Corporate management. Like a 3 party system of checks and balances. But, ultimately they all report to shareholders or investors. Lego is owned primarily by KIRKBI/AS, an investment group with a 75% share of LEGO (and the LEGO Foundation holding the other 25%). CEO's are rarely the owners of the company. Very rare. An owner of a publicly traded entity will often retain more than 50% of the stocks so that they still have control of the company (and ultimately can override decisions). Again, this is not very common, but would be an instance where a CEO could still be considered the "owner" of the company. Peace.
User avatar #111 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Well youre being a retard. Shareholders own the company. Not the CEO.
User avatar #142 - dorfdorfdorf (02/26/2015) [-]
AND LEGO IS PRIVATELY OWNED YOU FUCKWAD
#114 - dramatically (02/26/2015) [-]
SHAREHOLDERS DO NOT DIRECTLY PAY THE CEO, RETARD.
User avatar #115 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
no shit i never said they did. I just said shareholders own the company.
User avatar #112 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Shareholders do not own an entire company.
User avatar #113 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Holy Christ.... The Whole of shareholders own the company. I can see you dont know how this works...
#76 - Who pays a CEO then?  [+] (30 new replies) 02/26/2015 on LEGO is indeed awesome -2
User avatar #77 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
board of directors in a large company such as lego
User avatar #78 - burningchimera (02/26/2015) [-]
Nobody pays a CEO, they own the company, they make whatever profit is left from whatever business they have
User avatar #83 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
a ceo does not own a company, share holders own a company. BoD take input from stockholders (usually the people who have huge amounts of shares) and leave the burden on the CEO to fulfill the shareholders. The BoD can elect or terminate a CEO so how is a CEO an owner if his employees can decide if he stays or goes? The answer is not as simple as "CEO is the owner" because that is true and false. For instance, 2 mins ago i started a business selling flattened beer caps. I started the company so i declare myself the CEO. Conversely with LEGO or any other major company (apple, microsoft ,Lego) what have you it dosnt work that way.
User avatar #143 - dorfdorfdorf (02/26/2015) [-]
the shareholders dont own lego because lego doesnt have shareholders
#120 - anonymousfinn (02/26/2015) [-]
How the FUCK are you getting red thumbed while guys saying that a CEO is the owner of the company are getting greenies? IS FUNNYJUNK ACTUALLY RETARDED? Ffs, should I be ashamed to admit that this actually struck me as a surprise?
User avatar #121 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
thank you kind citizen.
#122 - anonymousfinn (02/26/2015) [-]
You're welcome. I don't know about the kindness though, more like ''retardedness hating citizen''
#90 - burningchimera (02/26/2015) [-]
I think i just pictured it in a way that made it seem like you were implying the CEO has a boss, I'm not an expert on the subject personally, so i don't really know what i'm talking about
User avatar #79 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
dosnt quite work that way kiddo
User avatar #82 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Chief Executive Officer. You don't really get higher in a company than that.
User avatar #84 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Except Board of Directors
User avatar #86 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
No, the top 3 people in a company would be the CEO, the CFO, and the COO.
User avatar #91 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Here you go kiddo.... "The CEO Leads the Company
A CEO is a full-time leader and the company’s top decision maker. This leader establishes strategic processes, oversees progress toward meeting corporate objectives and instructs other leaders to take appropriate actions to keep business moving in the right direction. The CEO holds other executives accountable when things don’t go the way they should. In turn, the CEO is held accountable by the board of directors and is expected to follow board direction and implement board decisions."
User avatar #89 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
What about Chairman of the Board? oops forgot that one?
User avatar #92 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Chief Executive Officer is usually the leader of a company, most times actually owning it. Chief Operations Officer makes sure the company's production, shipment, advertisement, et cetera, are all working properly. Chief Financial Officer helps decide where the money goes, and what risks should or should not be taken.
#95 - mattmenzo has deleted their comment.
User avatar #94 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Kind of true...but again you missed the Board of Directors....
User avatar #106 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
If someone owns a company and has the power to shut it down, they have the most power.
User avatar #107 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
CEO DOSNT OWN THE COMPANY
User avatar #108 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Many times, the owner is CEO.
User avatar #109 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
NOT IF THE COMPANY IS PUBLICLY TRADED! WHAT IS A SHARE HOLDER?
User avatar #110 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Someone who holds a small fraction of a company, no need to yell.
User avatar #124 - travishein (02/26/2015) [-]
Listen, listen, listen...you guys are being way too aggressive over this. A typical business entity the size of LEGO, management would be as follows; Management Board (CEO, CFO, ETc.) is = to Board of Directors is = to Corporate management. Like a 3 party system of checks and balances. But, ultimately they all report to shareholders or investors. Lego is owned primarily by KIRKBI/AS, an investment group with a 75% share of LEGO (and the LEGO Foundation holding the other 25%). CEO's are rarely the owners of the company. Very rare. An owner of a publicly traded entity will often retain more than 50% of the stocks so that they still have control of the company (and ultimately can override decisions). Again, this is not very common, but would be an instance where a CEO could still be considered the "owner" of the company. Peace.
User avatar #111 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Well youre being a retard. Shareholders own the company. Not the CEO.
User avatar #142 - dorfdorfdorf (02/26/2015) [-]
AND LEGO IS PRIVATELY OWNED YOU FUCKWAD
#114 - dramatically (02/26/2015) [-]
SHAREHOLDERS DO NOT DIRECTLY PAY THE CEO, RETARD.
User avatar #115 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
no shit i never said they did. I just said shareholders own the company.
User avatar #112 - thevaulthunter (02/26/2015) [-]
Shareholders do not own an entire company.
User avatar #113 - mattmenzo (02/26/2015) [-]
Holy Christ.... The Whole of shareholders own the company. I can see you dont know how this works...

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