Yahoo Exodus Now Available via Resignation Generator

June 23rd, 2008 at 12:00 am

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Yahoo has been having a hard time holding on to its executives.  Since 2007, Techcrunch reports that 114 of Yahoo executives have left to pursue greener pastures.

In light of that alarming exodus which strengthens Carl Icahn’s point on mismanagement, Mat Honan , a web developer and blogger with a taste for satire, has created a resignation tool that anybody can fill up.

It’s a no-brainer application anyway without any business purpose nor actual significance.  It only goes to show that Yahoo is really in some deep crap and unless their recent deal with Google works to their advantage, Maybe an acquisition by Microsoft was the best option.

Make your own Yahoo resignation letter here and check out mine below. 

Dear whomever is running things today (sorry, the org chart Wiki is changing too fast for me to keep up),

It is with great self-interest that I ask you to accept this letter as my official resignation from Yahoo. My last day here will be the best day of my life you fucking incompetent nincompoops after which time I shall be taking a position that doesn’t require me to bend over and lube up.  As you know, for some time now I have been desiring you guys quit destroying all my net worth thus I feel the time has finally arrived for me to tell you to go fuck yourself. And of course, I would not be forthright if I failed to mention how much it dumbfounded.  For example, I found pretty much everything Terry Semel did to be fucking retarded. 

Furthermore, as I have watched management squander once-valuable properties such as my vested shares of Yahoo! stock, I have come to realize that management does not seem to fully understand how to run a fucking taco truck , much less an actual , you know , $30 billion business. Thus , I am tendering my resignation as of today. If you would like me to sign a non-compete clause , I will be glad to do so , seeing as you guys are fucking dead in the water anyway.

Whatever , douchebags

TJ Editor