Thursday, April 16, 2009

Donald Trump: The Egotower

I watched Apprentice and now Celebrity Apprentice, the NBC reality show. Although on Celebrity Apprentice there is quite a clash of egos, Trump remains one of the biggest egos in the world. He is interesting when he says "you are fired" but that gives the guy the biggest kick. When he comes into that board room, his head gets bigger and bigger. How the poor body of his copes with his big head, I don't know. He must have lot of backaches and soar and stiff necks.

Yes he built himself a few Trump Towers and a Casino in Las Vegas called Taj Mahal. However, the biggest tower is his own head. The original Taj Mahal was built by an Indian king for the love of his life – his wife. Trump’s Taj Mahal is for love of HIS life – money, money, money. While the original Taj Mahal is visited by people around the world to witness the glory of love. In Trump's Taj Mahal you go to empty you pockets of any money you have.

I will say take it easy Trump. You may have a few towers and gambling casinos but you are still a human being like rest of us. You eat and stink up the bathroom like all the rest. Some day you're going to croak like anyone else. Yes you may build a mausoleum over your remains and the rest of us may have a small tombstone or simple unidentified mound of dirt (grave). Your flesh will rot and be eaten by earthworms like rest of us and all these towers will do you no good.

He may learn a lot from Bill Gates of Microsoft. Gates is 40 times richer, however Gates does not take himself so seriously and he is devoting his life to help the less fortunate around the world. I also heard that he is the best employer as he looks after his employees very well. Moreover he has revolutionized the world. People in remote villages of China, India, and many other countries have access to laptops and can communicate with the world. Now that is some achievement. So come on Donald, ease up.

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2 comments:

  1. Trump seems good at taking other people's money and leaving...
    How many times has this guy left a company just before it goes bankrupt?

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  2. He calls it business my friend.

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