DailyDirt: Handwriting Analysis For Secretaries Of The US Treasury
from the urls-we-dig-up dept
Everyone is supposed to have a unique signature for signing all kinds of important documents. Your signature represents how you would like to be viewed by the world, according to some signature-analysis theories. For most people, a signature isn't worth much and doesn't get much attention, but celebrities and public officials get a bit more scrutiny. Here are some signature examples that have been immortalized (or will soon be) on US currency.
- Jack Lew's distinctive signature has been described as a stretched-out Slinky -- which would look
awesome unbecomingAWESOME on a dollar bill. A ton of FOIA requests are probably being filed now to see all the documents that have Lew's signature on them.... [url]
- Here's a list of 47 signatures that have graced US currency since 1928. Anna Escobedo Cabral wins for the most legibly stylish. [url]
- Timothy Geithner also had a unintelligible signature, but he changed it to make it more readable for the US Treasury. From now on, I'm sure some people will refer to Geithner as the former Treasury Secretary known as [insert sig here]. [url]