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December 3, 2022

This Boring Interview with Deloitte’s Barry Salzberg Includes an Odd Closeup of His Ginormous Hands

This is Barry's first Davos as the big cheese at Deloitte, so of course he's sitting down for an interview or two or twelve. This one (sans a snowy backdrop) is with Reuters and includes all the talkyiest talking points you could imagine but for whatever reason, it includes the oddest cut to his enormous meathooks. I'll spare you the suspense, skip to about ~1:10

I've analyzed the video closely and there are a few things I've noticed:

1. Only his left hand is present at first which makes me wonder if he had to go digging for gold and was briefly wrist deep during that portion of the interview.

2. Nice watch. Gold isn't really my taste but I'm guessing he didn't buy it on Canal St.

3. He's taken, ladies.

4. Don't cross this man. If you so much as question his commitment to client service, he'll pop your head right off with those hands or pummel you to a pulp. Those fists are probably the size of babies. 

 

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