If Philbert D. Quince, CPA, would consider the firm buying a coffee plantation a capital expenditure, “Internships available in South America” would make recruitment easier.
“… Must have experience with discreetly growing, harvesting, refining, packaging, and shipping naturally-derived stimulants over long distances and across international and state borders. Pilot license, tunneling/excavation, and/or wilderness survival skills preferred. Funeral expenses provided.”
What could possibly go wrong?
I like that BL is following ATL
It’s a quid pro quo, only without the quid and the quo.
That, and the (relatively) recent ATL article on UVA Law offering free honey to its students, faculty, and staff is almost enough to make a bear want to hang up his briefcase and apply for a tenured teaching position…
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