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Goldman Sachs Op-Ed-Writing Quitter Gets the Taiwanese Animation Treatment

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By HVentertainment on March 15, 2012

A 12-year veteran of Goldman Sachs on Wednesday wrote a scathing editorial for The New York Times about his resignation from the finance giant, in which he blasts the company for putting client interests secondary to profits. In other news, Darth Vader announced he is leaving the Empire.

So what did the glorious animators at NMA TV do in honor of Goldman Sachs executive director Greg Smith, who wrote that the “toxic and destructive” atmosphere is not what it was when he first arrived back in the client-friendly days in 2000? They made him into Jerry Maguire, of course:

Because it seemed so self-serving and opportunistic, we had some fun with Smith, too. We imagined that Smith inspired former New York Knicks head coach Mike D’Antoni to write an op-ed piece of his own walking out the door. And here are some other op-ed we might expect from The Times this week:

Why I’m Leaving Facebook, by Single Guy in His Late 30s

Why I’m Leaving the GOP, by Majority Whip

Why I’m Leaving West Baltimore, by Slim Charles

Why I’m Leaving This Thanksgiving Dinner, by Liberal College Kid Sitting Next to Racist Uncle Gary

Why I’m Leaving the New York Mets, by Director of Scouting

Why I’m Leaving Jersey Shore, by Junior Associate in MTV’s Standards & Practices

Why I’m Leaving This Skrillex show, by An Epileptic

Why I’m Leaving Fox News, by Shep Smith

Why I’m Leaving Apple, by 13-Year-Old Foxconn Employee

Why I’m Pulling My Ads From The Rush Limbaugh Show, by Lifelock and Lear Financial

Why I’m Leaving Penn State Football, by Mike McQueary



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