I think that title is clear enough. Top successful organizations. I find that the keys to a good organization are as follows. You need good structure. You just need it. You need a good foundation too, it really is important. You kinda just need good foundation. You need time, it really is time that is a key. You need it. You just need it.
Without further ado, here is the list of top successful organizations.
5. Donald Trumps hair
Just in case you are wondering what the thing on the right is, it is Donald trumps hair. It was biological created in a lab petri dish and throw into the wild until it matured to its full state that you see it in now.
To be honest I had a lot of candidates who fit well in the number 5 spot. I will probably write a follow up blog with honorable mentions, for now number 5 is D. Trump's hair. It really reminds me of a ship in a bottle.
As long as you keep it inside and you keep a-holes like Jeb and Rand Paul away from it, it should be safe. Take it outside or let a Bush touch it and something like this might happen.
The reason he gets a top 5 nomination is because of the consistency. Trump has consistently had the worst head of hair for a non bald person since like 1980. Can I even call it bad hair though? Its color gleams of Werthers caramel hard candies.
It is thicker than 2 spaghetti strands placed 2 inches apart. Lastly it is almost shapeless, in the sense that it looks like so many different things that it becomes hard to really distinguish its resemblance to any one object.
4. The Sith/The Republic/The First Order/The Empire aka The Evil Empire
Most likely the sleeper of the group. If you look at the facts, it becomes clear, they are a top 5 organization. Now what might spark controversy is that the Empire is always taking blows from the rebellion, the jedi. While that might be true, a couple things that must be kept in mind. First is that building a single death star is pretty pricey, frankly it'll make you put a third mortgage on the family vacation moon-like planet. Were talking big dollars, lots of bucks. This organization built three of them. That requires some serious capital. Not to mention they built 3 in 4 movies. That is almost one per movie. Talk about good investments.
These guys got a lot more going on the side then just blowing up planets.
They have one of the largest armies in the galaxy and for 6 movies, 6, count em ladies and gentlemen. 6 movies they have had a galaxy wide reach of influence. These guys massacred planets they ruled and still kept control of the rest. Talk about a good tax plan.
When most of this began, there was a Jedi Academy and a fuck load of jedi doing weird shit. Thanks to a murderous psychopath, whom murder upwards of 10 children, in just 3 movies time the Jedi count dissolved into one. These guys took less then half the series to almost completely eradicate their enemies. To think, all you need is an insecure orphan with a disdain for authority and a massive army of dispensable clones.
A big knock on these guys is they basically got disbanded for a while when their leader got thrown down that elevator shaft. If it wasn't for that then they would be fighting for one the top spots.
3. Paddy's Pub
Now these guys are genuineness. They created the Kitten Mittens, the Paddy's Pub Egg (as seen in photo), they wrote, directed the film Lethal Weapon 5. Just a great flick. While these guys lack the monetary success, they are indeed successful. They are more in a large picture concept. Lets face it a bar that empty, that often, should be closed. Yet somehow they are still in business.
Do not downplay that they were the ones who caught the Philadelphia serial killer.
Where they get big points is group integrity. They have never lost a member of their crew or subsequently added any new pieces since Frank very early on. They have tradition.
Almost forgot about their board game, Chardee MacDennis.
2. Dunder Mifflin: Scranton Branch
Everyones favorite paper salesmen. Talk about longevity, they got it. With Michael Scott at the helm they were a steady ship. The only profitable paper selling branch. Also the branch that kept Dunder Miflin as a whole alive long enough so they could sell the company.
The reason they are at 2 instead of 1, is because the place pretty much becomes irrelevant once Michael Scott leaves. Another knock against them is the amount of cross breeding that occurs within their workplace. A good crew usually has 0 inside relationships. Here not only are there numerous relationships but many people have plugged the same hole.
1. Mystery Inc.
Undefeated. Scooby Doo and the gang have never taken on a case they have not solved. Not to mention the group dynamic is off the chain. They got the muscle in Fred, and he has got the looks.
Then they have the brains in Vilma, and who knows what could happen if she wasn't always wearing a turtle neck, and she wasn't constantly rocking a bowl cut
The looks is pretty obvious, Daphne. She does literally nothing else besides provide the looks. Sorry.
Wildcard is a morph of Scooby Doo and Shaggy. They are basically one character and are always together and it did not make sense to make another category to fit Shaggy in when he is a wildcard.
These guys never break their roles. Sometimes Daphne might need to do something to save the day or Scooby and Shaggy, but they still do it in their specific ways. They are the archetype for their respective roles. No one does it better, and they got the record to prove it. As long as they stay undefeated it will be nearly impossible to topple them from top spot.
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