A few friends inherited a company. One said he could use a screwdriver, so he became head of engineering. Another said he could make salt crystals, so he became the process incharge. The third said he could count up to hundred, so he became the head of the accounts department. The last man left had no special skills, so he became the general manager by default. Sounds familiar, doesn't it?-KHURSHID ANWER, Lahore Cantt., via e-mail, August 3.