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And no I don't mean 'how many businesses are run by opticians'.
Posted at 15:31 | Permalink
Not enough that's for sure, and not enough opticians keep their priorities steadfastly um, 'optical' once they're in charge of the books too.
Sorry, I think I killed your metaphor...
Richard Holt |
Apr 14, 2008 at 16:54
Good job they don't write dictionaries.
I probably WOULD have guessed that, anyway - given that they are opticians. Why do they think we'd be surprised at that ?
Apr 14, 2008 at 18:24
Ever been to an optician conference? (I know. Rhetorical question.) The primary focus of opticians is how to maximize the revenue of chair time. Not the most objective group.
I know that wasn't your point. Sorry.
anonymous (afraid of opticians) |
Apr 15, 2008 at 01:32
Very clever, And i agree with the concept, however that said, could an airport be run by pilots?
Actually that's not quite a good metaphor. Still the implication here is that those who work with the product are in charge, thus producing a shop that cares more about the product.
Olivier Butler |
Apr 16, 2008 at 21:25
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