Indian Business Students Into 'Mein Kampf'

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Three Fingered On Class Trip To Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON—The second fingering reportedly took place Thursday night at the hotel after chaperones failed to notice that Nick Stern had been hiding in Jamie Cavanaugh's bathroom during a 10 p.m. room check.
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Indian Business Students Into 'Mein Kampf'

The Daily Telegraph of London reports that Indian business students are buying Adolf Hitler's autobiography as a sort of management guide. What do you think?
  • "Well, they sure don't want to follow Gandhi's model. All that guy ever did was lose money."

    Anne Barrett
    Systems Analyst
  • "I guess that makes sense if you take the Jews to represent scheduling conflicts."

    Albert Zimmerman
    Gift Wrapper
  • “Who better to give management advice than a guy who couldn’t get into art school?”

    Fred Wistow
    Field Assembly Supervisor
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