Was the St Pete Times Best Places to Work Survey Robosigned?

Bryan Bly                                                                            Milton Waddams

Anyone seen Office Space? The resemblance is AMAZING!

Same glasses, same haircut, same short sleeved shirt, same mustache…

This just in on the earlier press release RE Tampa Bay Top Workplaces by the St. Petersburg Times.

http://www.tampabay.com/specials/2011/reports/best-places-to-work-in-Tampa-Bay/

Per the link above describing how the surveys were conducted:

“Workplace Dynamics, project partner with the St. Petersburg Times, invited 966 Tampa Bay area companies to take part in an examination of the best places to work and surveyed the 131 that accepted. The surveyed companies employ 44,537 people in the Tampa Bay area.

Of those, 37,922 employees received surveys and 24,505 responded. ”

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Oddly, 24,503 of the surveys were signed by a person with the name of Bryan Bly, who is, apparently, the Vice President of Employee Satisfaction Surveys. In a fortunate robo-signing mishap, the stack of surveys was left on his desk along with thousands of mortgage assignments, cancellations of debt, and other assorted legal documents.

When asked about the questionable surveys and as to whether or not he knew what he was signing, Mr. Bly responded, “Hell, no,” as he winked and added, “That’s why they pay me the big bucks.”

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DISCLAIMER: This is not intended to slander or libel anyone. It is a JOKE! Get over it…

Comments
14 Responses to “Was the St Pete Times Best Places to Work Survey Robosigned?”
  1. angry & NOT TAKING IT says:

    how perfect.. the vampires of dum!
    thanks..this made my day!

  2. Sui the Gator says:

    Amazing what people will do to have a job.. If you know your company is doing something illegal, or if you don’t “understand” what you are doing, then you are as guilty as the company… This may be funny, but it is also sad that people are that desparate for a job. I watched those videos of the deposition of the “robo signers”, all “duh” idiots. I underwrite loans, can you imagine if I didn’t know what I was doing?? Yes, I have lost several jobs for doing the “right thing” during the heyday. And some of us do want to preserve as much of the integrity of our industry and related fields that we can.

  3. Katheryn says:

    Great! Office Space…a classic….i luv the laughing mouse too, so simple but so amusing

  4. Nye Lavalle says:

    Aren’t robo-signers clones anyway?

  5. lambr says:

    Funny!! But I have to say that that little laughing mouse makes me laugh out loud LOL every time! I’m still chuckeling!!

  6. housemanrob says:

    Have these guys registered as — offenders? don’t they have to under the law?

  7. THE REAL MAGGIE says:

    in th e orlando sentinel i read Park Square Homes was one of top places to work! thats why they have a handful of employees!

  8. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty - Foe of Tyranny says:

    I truly appreciate the humor. The resemblance is striking.

  9. housemanrob says:

    Lot’s of carneys livin’ in that area. Looks like a “fit the mold” to me.

  10. Maggie May says:

    HAHAHAH HAHA U KILLIN ME!

    • There is almost NOTHING to laugh about nowadays but this spoof certainly was funny . . ..really, really funny. One of those kindda lingering in the bottom of your stomach funny things. You think about it later and it’s funny all over again.

      You always educate me, today you made my day.

      Thanks!

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