Is this what they teach about “rare vintage claret” in business school?

A parody from the BBC show “Mitchell and Webb.” Merger!

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2 Responses to “Is this what they teach about “rare vintage claret” in business school?”

  1. I took a course in law school that was cross-listed with the business school. Scheduling times to work on group projects was a nightmare – the biz school students had mixers every night of the week.

    One day after class I snuck into a biz school event (held in tents erected over the tennis courts) and in addition to the wine and cocktails, there was an ice sculpture and a live grand pianist. Also ceviche. I didn’t try the wine, but it looked classier than two buck chuck, but less expensive than vintage claret.

  2. […] long as we’re drinking claret every time we hear the word ‘merger,’ we drink 25-year-old scotch everytime we hear the […]


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