BS is a salesman who loves to hear himself talk. If we weren't at work, he'd be the nicest guy in the world, able to talk to anyone else about anything else. Everyone loves BS because he makes them feel special.
Underneath that charming facade is a ruthless achiever who will chase the last nickel in every deal. He will sell anything to anyone. It doesn't matter whether those who build the software can deliver. It'll be their problem to deal with it when Accounts Receivable tries to collect and keep the business afloat.
All of the in-house people constantly curse BS for overselling their capacity to build. They plan to kill him the next time he's in the office. But BS is smart. After dealing with difficult customers all day long, programmers are a piece of cake. Literally. He just brings in donuts and all sins are quickly forgotten.
Howard, Jack, Sean, Steve, Too Fat
maximizing his commissions
He sold it, but no one built it.
"Yes we can do it this week! With a discount!"
One of his customers actually paid their bill on time.
BS is drawn with 23 rectangles, each with a border and some with rounded corners or slanted angles.
These rectangles are described by data stored as arguments that are converted by software into HTML that your browser displays as pictures.
Here are BS's arguments:
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