- n. alternative spelling of bean counter.
“Artists have claimed that his "bean-counter" approach to music hasn't worked.”
“Many times, there are good reasons to stay away or where it is not feasible (disconnected environments), but the analysis must look at it more holistically than just a bean-counter review of the hardware economics.”
“The response has been from some bean-counter MBA in the typical Wall Street jargon saying it's just business as usual and won't hurt a thing.”
“I'd rather have the government in between me and my doctor rather than some "bean-counter" who's looking for the best way to make and save a profit.”
“Go ahead, if you think it's good that we live in a world which glorifies a dead-eyed bean-counter for sucking all the spontaneity out of music and television and replacing it with his own special brand of orchestrated, hermetically sealed spontaneity.”
“This nave ideology, that federal laboratories such as NASA should be run like a private business with the cold, untechnical perspective of a bean-counter, tragically contributed to the Columbia disaster and led to the subsequent hurried and flawed planning for President Bush's Vision for Space Exploration.”
“Your host will want to know if you're a social animal or a just-the-facts bean-counter.”
“Ironically, Henderson, with the corporation since 1984, mostly as a bean-counter, has met a very similar fate (though the White House says they were not involved - this time).”
“We never again want to hear someone went broke because some health insurance bean-counter decided that they had to spend their retirement money on an operation to save their life.”
“It has always been the duty of the bureaucrat to standardize, be the bean-counter, calculate percentages, and try to fit square pegs into round holes.”
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