Thursday, March 17, 2011

Accenturate the Philippines (Musical Tribute)

March 16, 2011
Accenture targets 25,000 employees in Phl

In this afternoon's interview with, Keith Haviland, global delivery lead of Accenture's Technology growth platform, said the company is aggressive in advancing its talents in software development and applications management such as SAP and Oracle-based careers and many other jobs requiring high-end skills.

They'll no doubt be doing the jobs Americans don't want.

You've got to Accenturate the Philippines
Eliminate Americans
And latch on to opportunities
Don't mess with Mr. Charlie Sheen

You've got to cut pay down to the minimum
Bring gloom up to the maximum
Have faith in pandemonium
Outsourcing really makes us bleed

This post inspired by mab.


nanute said...

On a lighter note: We sure could use some of these:

mab said...


It's inspiring to be inspiring. Perhaps my sunny disposition is a product of environment:

The Video screams "Mission Accomplished!" Talk about Accenturating the positive.

Be sure to watch the entire video, there are some classic pics. The video leans way right which is a shame since there is so much material from the left that could have been used too.

I think my favorite part is the picture of G.W. Bush with the caption "Will work for Billionaires". Of course the picture of Bush I & Bush II fishing in the Katrina flooding is a gem too.

I'll close by saying that foreigners really don't "get it". We're soooo misunderstood.

Stagflationary Mark said...


Pennies are serious business!

Man pays $6500 credit card bill in pennies

MIRA MESA, CALIFORNIA – Thierry Cahez paid a large credit card bill with pennies -- 650-thousand of them.

Stagflationary Mark said...


From your link:

"Agreed then? Separation of Church and State. It is so simple any idiot 200 years from today will understand it. Right?"

I didn't know whether to laugh or cry, so I did both!

mab said...


Just remember, we're not a democracy we're a republic. We protect the rights of minorities.

As long as central bankers keep acting in the interests of the immoral minority our liberties will be protected.

I'm the CEO of my world - Chief Executive Optimist.

nanute said...

That's a lot of rain! Did you listen to Louie's version. It is rather amusing.