That’s right. The Honey Badger Hockey League has an Annual Report. Audited by… no one. (Because, well, we don’t give a shit. Naturally.) Seriously though, do you expect any less from the Commish? The stats don’t lie, we’re pretty much on our way to becoming the next NHL. And I only added this “stat counter” thing a couple of months ago. Imagine what our numbers would look like if we had it from the get go.
Most companies would kill to have an anuual report that looks like this (not really). But they never will. The magic of the HBHL is that traditional theories and practices just don’t apply. Companies work their asses off to have an impressive Annual Report at year end. Why? Because impressing shareholders is no easy task. But lets be real, it’s a lot easier than impressing Honey Badgers. Or is it…. Organizations ask their employees to work harder, for less. They try to be innovative and integrate fancy techniques that will give them an edge. But they just can’t seem to match the elite status of the HBHL. Kind of amazing, since we utilize the exact opposite approach. Not even TPS reports can help them. All I can say is, watch out 2014.
Check it out: http://jetpack.me/annual-report/57637748/2013/
Kind of explains why things like this happen: