Thursday, 3 September 2009

Richard W. Nenno, Managing Director and Trust Counsel for Wilmington Trust's Wealth Advisory Services (WAS)

That's got to be a prosthetic scalp. It's too perfectly odd.


He's compounding the problem by opting for a button-down collar. Honestly, you've no idea how angry we're starting to get about button-down collars.

11 comments:

GigerPunk said...

Are his eyes actually at different heights or is it some kind of optical illusions his glasses are creating?
Nice smile too, looks like he's recalling that time he 'found' a dead cat and poked it with a stick.

GigerPunk said...

Actually, just realised who he reminds me of - it's like all the major characters from Boon walked into a teleport booth together.

Sponge Finge said...

Fucking wouldn't.

Anonymous said...

Uncle Arthur

Anonymous said...

You guys are f-ed up. this man is blind-- he is a friend. Take this horrible information down.

Trilby said...

Do... do blind people wear glasses?

Carr said...

Just don't read it to him and he'll never know.

GigerPunk said...

Trilby - maybe it's some kind of distraction technique? Do quadriplegics wear lots of gloves and expensive trainers?

Anonymous said...

He's legally blind, not completely blind, meaning he can see some light, but has difficulty contrasting objects one from another. The glasses help him better navigate when he's walking, though he still primarily relies on his cane, his memory or a person to guide him by elbow.

I wonder how many of you have completed your education, including graduation from two Ivy League institutions, and ascended to the top of your profession WITH the benefit of your sight.

Neanderthals

Anonymous said...

You can fuck right off!

Anonymous said...

This guy is truly remarkable. Can't believe there are people out there who sit around judging books by the cover. Sad. So sad.

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