Restored a little faith. This guys is the man. This man is Lenovo' s CED, Yang This quarter, he received a sizable million benis fer steering the company referd
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Restored a little faith

Restored a little faith. This guys is the man. This man is Lenovo' s CED, Yang This quarter, he received a sizable million benis fer steering the company referd

This guys is the man

This man is Lenovo' s CED, Yang
This quarter, he received
a sizable million benis fer
steering the company referd
shipments and profits despite a
weakening PC market. Mast are
knern fer their extravagant lives
led using their unbelievably high
salaries and even mere unbelievable
yearly, sometimes quarterly bonuses
which are aften much, much larger
than Mar. Yuengling' s almost paltry
million benis.)
But what did Mar. with
that maney?
He gave it back his employees.
That secend benis was braken dawn
inte discrete chunks and
dispersed line workers,
assistants, and ether
employees.
This man has restored seme of my
faith in humanity.
T am pread ewn a Lenovo laptop.
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#8 - vaskaduzea (07/21/2012) [-]
well this actually restores it. not a ******* kid that listens to queen
#193 to #8 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
what the hell is wrong with Queen? I have no idea why your comment is thumbed up so much, your labeling music fans as not being useful for no reason at all...
User avatar #208 to #193 - Dincorta ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
He wasn't saying bad things about Queen.
He was saying that a kid listening to Queen is a much smaller good thing, than a $3 million donation to employees.

I am assuming there was another "faith in humanity" post in which a kid revealed that he listened to Queen.
Yeah, lots of people like Queen, there is no restoration of faith there.
#246 to #8 - ushuaia (07/21/2012) [-]
Yeah, all funnyjunk says "Faith in humanity restored". But in any of us would be a CEO we would be worst than hitler

Plus: Who gives the right to any of us to say Faith in Humanity Restored???
I didn't do anything in special that allows me to say that. If i would be helping in Africa i'd have the right to say it
#272 to #246 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
Why does everyone alwys go with africa?
#288 to #272 - ushuaia (07/21/2012) [-]
Easy example: But you can help in your own country, it doesn't matter
What i mean is that people say "Faith in humanity restored" as if they were better than the average

Unless you have done something really good, you have no right to say such a thing
#319 to #246 - vaskaduzea (07/21/2012) [-]
i would actually be good. but you got a point
User avatar #183 to #8 - TheNorwegianSmurf (07/21/2012) [-]
Oh, how I wish more people on Funnyjunk could see this comment.
#143 - koalafication (07/21/2012) [-]
This is Haruka Nishimatsu, CEO of Japan Airlines. Most of you are probably aware of this but I just felt like sharing for those who don't know the story.

When Japan Airlines had to start cutting pay and asking its' older members to retire this man cut every single one of his corporate perks.
He then slashed his own pay for three consecutive years, he was earning less than his pilots.
He doesn't have an office, he has a desk like the rest of his workers and he stands in line at the cafeteria every day the same as everybody else.

Look at this man and tell me he isn't a ************* boss.
User avatar #200 to #143 - theracistpanda ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
He is now my hero. Thank you for sharing this.
User avatar #163 to #143 - irmcmuffin ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
Well if he's the CEO, he's obviously a boss
User avatar #400 to #181 - colegaleener (10/24/2012) [-]
Hahaha
#234 - partycats (07/21/2012) [-]
until we find out about his sideline business, where he dresses up as a clown and murders giraffes.

president of the world
User avatar #287 to #234 - HAPPYGIRAFFE (07/21/2012) [-]
He kills giraffes?! D;
#289 - resbiansrock (07/21/2012) [-]
good guy Greg's Chinese cousin.
#22 - ihitchildren (07/21/2012) [-]
looks like i know where i'll be buying my next laptop
<-- unrelated
User avatar #266 to #22 - filthyargonian (07/21/2012) [-]
when it goes back in stock, get this one. i got it for 649.99 and it came with a messenger bag and **** .

newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834246327
#188 - arvali (07/21/2012) [-]
Planet, I...
#207 to #188 - masterboll (07/21/2012) [-]
that forehead
#45 - waffies (07/21/2012) [-]
half of the people in the comments have Lenovos....
#64 - haxorman (07/21/2012) [-]
mfw all the people commenting have lenovos
#67 to #64 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
But I have one :D Its messed up as **** tho so I don't use it
#350 - harshy (07/21/2012) [-]
mfw i have a lenovo laptop
mfw i have a lenovo laptop
#346 - NIGGERKFC (07/21/2012) [-]
Who else's faith in humanity goes up and down like a rollercoaster?
#63 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
I never really got why people hate CEOs for making so much money. I mean, I understand that when the economy is down like this, people tend to put the blame on those who aren't being affected (which is exactly what happened in Germany in the late '30s). Not to mention the conspiracy nuts who think all of the rich people in the world are somehow working together to force me to buy Nike's and listen to Ke$ha.   
   
But the CEO owns and runs the business, so the money they get is what they earned. So long as they didn't obtain it illegally, they pay their employees appropriate salaries, and they don't use the money to harm anyone, I don't see what the problem is. People always say &quot;no person is worth that much money.&quot; Well then how much IS a person worth? $1,000,000? $1,000,001? $1,000,002?   
   
It's sort of like the riddle of the beans (or at least I think that's what it's called): A professor asks a student how many beans make up a &quot;heap&quot;. The professor puts one bean on the student's desk and asks &quot;Is that a heap?&quot; The student says &quot;No.&quot; The professor puts another bean down, asks the same question, and gets the same response. He keeps putting beans down into a pile until eventually the student says &quot;Alright, THAT'S a heap of beans.&quot; The professor then counts up the beans and says &quot;So what you're saying is that a heap of beans is 27 beans.&quot; The student says &quot;Yes.&quot;, to which the professor replies &quot;Well, what if I take one away--is it still a heap?&quot;   
   
It's that sort of logic that bugs me when people say that the rich &quot;have too much money&quot;. How much IS too much? What's the &quot;grey&quot; area? Why does there need to be such a limit in the first place?   
   
But anyway, kudos to this guy for such a kind gesture. That's the sort of thing the world needs right now.
I never really got why people hate CEOs for making so much money. I mean, I understand that when the economy is down like this, people tend to put the blame on those who aren't being affected (which is exactly what happened in Germany in the late '30s). Not to mention the conspiracy nuts who think all of the rich people in the world are somehow working together to force me to buy Nike's and listen to Ke$ha.

But the CEO owns and runs the business, so the money they get is what they earned. So long as they didn't obtain it illegally, they pay their employees appropriate salaries, and they don't use the money to harm anyone, I don't see what the problem is. People always say "no person is worth that much money." Well then how much IS a person worth? $1,000,000? $1,000,001? $1,000,002?

It's sort of like the riddle of the beans (or at least I think that's what it's called): A professor asks a student how many beans make up a "heap". The professor puts one bean on the student's desk and asks "Is that a heap?" The student says "No." The professor puts another bean down, asks the same question, and gets the same response. He keeps putting beans down into a pile until eventually the student says "Alright, THAT'S a heap of beans." The professor then counts up the beans and says "So what you're saying is that a heap of beans is 27 beans." The student says "Yes.", to which the professor replies "Well, what if I take one away--is it still a heap?"

It's that sort of logic that bugs me when people say that the rich "have too much money". How much IS too much? What's the "grey" area? Why does there need to be such a limit in the first place?

But anyway, kudos to this guy for such a kind gesture. That's the sort of thing the world needs right now.
User avatar #77 to #63 - akkere ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
It's a reasonable argument that become an unprecedented bandwagon.

What happened is several corporations outsource jobs to places such as China, India, etc. etc. and Reagan allowed this to occur without tax penalty (I believe he even allowed for a loophole that allows them to place an address that can essentially give them a tax cut, but the details on that are foggy)

This still happens with corporations today, too.

it became an unprecedented bandwagon when people dumbed it down to "THEY HAVE TOO MUCH MONEY, SHARE THE WEALTH", which is the WRONG reason to dislike the major corporations today, obviously, and completely tackles the real problem from view.
User avatar #82 to #77 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
Ah, the "outsourcing" argument. Is it actually a bad thing that companies are working overseas? I mean, yes, outsourcing American business does mean fewer jobs for Americans. But on the other hand, I don't hear many people complaining about the low-priced products that result from it.

It's no secret that the reason businesses go overseas is because it's cheaper. But if a product that cost $50 American-made now costs $10 Chinese-made, that's $40 that remains in the customer's pocket. That's $40 towards food, gas, bills, local businesses, taxes, etc. So is outsourcing really that bad?
User avatar #85 to #82 - akkere ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
Well that's just it, a lot of times when corporations outsource, they don't necessarily bring it down to the value that it should be set at, and instead put it up at a price that would simply compete with the American-made products.

Also, this causes the otherwise American-made products to fall due to the lost business.

It's a bad thing because Companies aren't gaining the penalties they should be for doing this via their taxes, and in some cases profit, such as GNC which received billions in tax refund, and didn't pay anything to reflect this.
User avatar #105 to #85 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
But if you're going to respond, don't expect an immediate response. I'm done for the night.
User avatar #185 to #105 - zoef (07/21/2012) [-]
You sure know your free market theory eh?
you studying/studied economics or something?
User avatar #104 to #85 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
I don't mean to sound condescending, but prices are set by supply and demand--as I'm sure you know. Corporations will set their prices to whatever the hell they want--but only if people will actually pay that price.

So, frankly, if you think the price for something is too high--tough **** . If you're not being forced to buy it (like what some recent notable "health care" laws are trying to do) then you don't have to buy it. As long as there are a satisfactory amount of people willing to pay the price for that product, then there is absolutely no reason for the company to change it.

And you mentioned "penalties" for outsourced corporations--penalties for doing what exactly? Lowering their cost of business? Making cheaper products? Hiring foreign labor? By your argument, it wouldn't be unreasonable to put "penalties" on foreign companies like Nissan or Samsung for competing with American businesses. The only thing you can really get them with is tariffs for overseas trade. But you shouldn't penalize a company for being competitive--competition should be encouraged. You mentioned how outsourced businesses are hurting American business--that should encourage American businesses to either raise the quality of their products to fit their price, or lower their price to fit their quality. Either way is beneficial to the consumer.

As for the tax refunds, I don't really know enough about it to comment on it.
User avatar #127 to #104 - akkere ONLINE (07/21/2012) [-]
That's just it; the problem all revolves around the fact that they're not being given a tariff or a tax on overseas trade, because of a loophole that Reagan had allowed for corporations to have where they wouldn't need to pay the amount of taxes for the outsource. This is why it's so easy for large corporations to establish outsourced jobs with little consequence, and the reason why they're hated so much (or at least, for a time, before this whole occupy **** came in for all the wrong reasons)

Don't let the idiots who whine about rich CEOs through their Mac laptops make you think there isn't an actual reason behind the opposition towards corporations and capitalism today (good god I sound like one already)
It isn't a matter of just the consumer, but the worker. It's not easy for an American business to simply lower the price of their goods if the Corporations can drop theirs much lower thanks to the little they had to spend which is caused by the breathing room inititated from decades of embracing capitalism to extremes.

My point being is not to go against Capitalism - That is what has built this once great nation. The point is not to let it go to these extremes where the gap between rich and poor starts to look like something out of a fantasy novel, where pre-established forces can grow larger while the smaller struggle to stay over the surface, only to drown, and where opportunity slowly fades away due to unpenalized disadvantageous actions for the nation.
#156 to #63 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
The Problem with CEO's isn't that they make so much money but that they make so much (compaired to the average wage) or get such high bonusses while people on the bottom of the company loose their jobs as a result of the weak market. And that
ís unfair in my eyes.
User avatar #195 to #63 - glasgowrangers (07/21/2012) [-]
sometimes CEOs award them bonuses of bailout money even though their company made losses of billions

That's what people get angry about
User avatar #244 to #63 - milthyfoustache (07/21/2012) [-]
In the UK all the ******* mongs put things like "soldiers should be on a footballers wage like if you agree lol xoxoxoxox" and it's like if every soldier was on a footballers wage it would ******* bankrupt the government ten times over seeing as some footballers earn 10's of thousands of pounds a week! It's absolutely ridiculous yeah all they do is play football but they earn that money because there's a ******* lot of money in it... the clubs are rich! rant over.
#65 to #63 - ICEDgrunge (07/21/2012) [-]
Your comment gave me something to think about, and a new way to view that type of deal. So thank you my friend and don't shut up, as the gif suggests.
Your comment gave me something to think about, and a new way to view that type of deal. So thank you my friend and don't shut up, as the gif suggests.
User avatar #71 to #65 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
Thanks, I appreciate it.
#110 to #63 - ararat (07/21/2012) [-]
i have been on the internet for too long today.
i have been on the internet for too long today.
#278 to #110 - frankayy (07/21/2012) [-]
Hey Faggots,    
   
My name is John, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid ass pictures. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any pussy? I mean, I guess it's fun making fun of people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to pictures on facebook.    
   
Don't be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I'm pretty much perfect. I was captain of the football team, and starter on my basketball team. What sports do you play, other than &quot;jack off to naked drawn Japanese people&quot;? I also get straight A's, and have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me; 			****		 was SO cash ). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.    
   
Pic Related: It's me and my bitch

Hey Faggots,

My name is John, and I hate every single one of you. All of you are fat, retarded, no-lifes who spend every second of their day looking at stupid ass pictures. You are everything bad in the world. Honestly, have any of you ever gotten any pussy? I mean, I guess it's fun making fun of people because of your own insecurities, but you all take to a whole new level. This is even worse than jerking off to pictures on facebook.

Don't be a stranger. Just hit me with your best shot. I'm pretty much perfect. I was captain of the football team, and starter on my basketball team. What sports do you play, other than "jack off to naked drawn Japanese people"? I also get straight A's, and have a banging hot girlfriend (She just blew me; **** was SO cash ). You are all faggots who should just kill yourselves. Thanks for listening.

Pic Related: It's me and my bitch
#368 to #278 - furrytoes (07/21/2012) [-]
What the **** did you just ******* say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the **** out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my ******* words. You think you can get away with saying that **** to me over the Internet? Think again, ****** . As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re ******* dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little **** . If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your ******* tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will **** fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re ******* dead, kiddo.

Pic Related: It's me, getting my junk washed....by bitches
#324 to #278 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
you know what the depressing part is? no one gives a **** !! we are just having a good funnyjunk time! god damn! and stop talking about your mom like that...your name is johnson cuz youre a dick....btw
User avatar #349 to #324 - allamericandude (07/21/2012) [-]
It's a reference to an old 4chan post.
#146 - aquamarch (07/21/2012) [-]
MFW I own a Lenovo   
   
He is my hero
MFW I own a Lenovo

He is my hero
#43 - xxroyaljackxx (07/21/2012) [-]
mfw i never heard of a lenovo :/
#353 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
I bet you there'll be a "Faith in humanity lost" post within the next 12 hours, probably Justin Bieber related or a single dumb Facebook status.
#258 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
how does a grown man who looks in his 40's restore your faith in humanity? take a look at the people that will one day replace him then ask yourself if humanity is still worth having faith for
#124 - jawdan (07/21/2012) [-]
I love my Lenovo, but only after 3 short months of owning it, it 			****		 out on me and I had to a system restore. Needless to say, I lost all my porn.
I love my Lenovo, but only after 3 short months of owning it, it **** out on me and I had to a system restore. Needless to say, I lost all my porn.
User avatar #128 to #124 - ludislavonac (07/21/2012) [-]
That's the fault of the OS, not the hardware I'd say
#130 to #128 - jawdan (07/21/2012) [-]
Yea I know it wasn't the manufacture's fault, plus I'm flat out retarded when it comes to computers and I probably could of fixed it without having to restore if I just saved the damn windows disc.
User avatar #152 to #128 - EffBeeTwentytwo (07/21/2012) [-]
hardware may cause OS failure.such as driver incompatibility , causing BSOD. at some points its as if you are letting an infant drive a porche
User avatar #388 to #152 - ludislavonac (07/21/2012) [-]
Yeah but those cases aren't that common if you don't mess around with the drivers
#306 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
"Yang's $3 million donation, it should be noted, is only part of the CEO's bonus. CNN reported that Yang earned $5.2 million in bonuses for the fiscal year ending in March, and had a net personal income of $14 million."
#308 to #306 - anon (07/21/2012) [-]
FunnyJunkers are the same people who vote for a politician baed on what they heard someone else say. Don't expect these people to actually read the real news. :-)
#315 to #306 - brutalintention (07/21/2012) [-]
At least he gave SOMETHING. I think that's the point behind all this. But $3 million isn't so much money to him.
#352 to #315 - lefish (07/21/2012) [-]
If he makes 14 million, then 3 million is a ******** . more than a fifth of his total income. He still has 11 million, but that in do way decreases the awesomeness of his actions.
#391 to #352 - brutalintention (07/22/2012) [-]
I'm guessing that he makes 14 mill from product sales. Who knows how much he makes off of stock holdings and real estate investments. But I agree, it is pretty awesome. $10,000 is a lot of money for a family. Even more to a single person. I hope they use it well,
User avatar #241 - welfarekid (07/21/2012) [-]
Ill stick with my asus :/
User avatar #255 to #241 - thirdasscheek (07/21/2012) [-]
i read that: "ill stick in my anus"......i've been here too long
#270 to #255 - rousefj (07/21/2012) [-]
if you wouldn't have made that comment i most likely would not have realised, that he didn't write "anus"
#307 to #255 - obiwanslostbro (07/21/2012) [-]
dude me too ha
User avatar #111 - somer (07/21/2012) [-]
Wtf does lenovo make?
*looks at computer*
Oh, there's something.
#58 - xmegustax (07/21/2012) [-]
I love my lenovo
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