Jack Lew’s Embarrassingly Bad Signature Will Soon Be Featured On Our Money

NBC News has confirmed that current White House Chief of Staff Jack Lew will succeed Timothy Geithner as Treasury secretary.

We have also confirmed that Jack Lew’s signature is a series of looped scribbles that resembles the markings left on a notepad when you can’t seem to get your pen working.

As Treasury secretary, Mr. Lew’s signature will be printed on all bills minted during his tenure.

It turns out Sec. Geithner had a similarly illegible signature before being appointed. He however changed it prior to placing his John Hancock on all American currency minted under his watch.

Apparently putting no effort into your signature allows you more time to achieve to ridiculously high levels of success. Let that be a lesson to you.