DailyDirt: Handwriting Analysis For Secretaries Of The US Treasury

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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. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post.
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Filed Under: anna escobedo cabral, autograph, currency, handwriting, jack lew, signature, timothy geithner


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    Anonymous Coward, 10 Jan 2013 @ 5:21pm

    Re Mr. Lew, his looks like a poorly manufactured Hostess CupCake. E.g., http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hostess_CupCake

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    James Jones, 10 Jan 2013 @ 5:51pm

    Secretaries of the Treasury

    I must respectfully disagree. Ms. Cabral's signature is very nice, but for elegance and rhythm, you just can't beat Francine I. Neff.

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    DoN0tReply (profile), 11 Jan 2013 @ 4:25am

    Should just sign them with the same Jane Doe signature the banks used in the robosigning debacle: Linda Green

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    Josh in CharlotteNC (profile), 11 Jan 2013 @ 7:15am

    Re: Secretaries of the Treasury

    Meh. Forget the elegance. Go for distinctive.

    Rosario Marin would be my choice.

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