You've got to love a self-made billionaire named Bartmann.
Judging from the current state of the economy, with fears of a recession reigning supreme, now may not seem like the ideal time to start a new business.
But for Bill Bartmann, a serial entrepreneur who has had his fair share of scandal, nothing could be further from the truth. Sure there are risks to starting a new business, even during a healthy economy, but Bartmann said opportunities abound if you are willing to ignore the headlines that scream doom and gloom.
“When everyone is running to the exits the people that stand tall and firm almost always end up making a fortune,” said Bartmann. “If you’re not yet in a business this is the absolute prime time to get in.”>>>MORE
Here's the other Bartman:
Real name: Bart Simpson ("Who the hell are you?")
Other Aliases: Stretch Dude; Cupcake Kid
Group affiliation: The Bart Allegiance
Base of operations: The Bartcave
First appearance: [7F21] "Three Men and a Comic Book"
History: Inspired by Radioactive Man, his favorite comic book superhero, Bart Simpson took on the costumed identity of Bartman in order to confront Boffo Comics publisher Arnold Leach at the Springfield Comic Convention.
"Do the Bartman" is a song from The Simpsons' 1990 album The Simpsons Sing the Blues. The song leads off the album as the first track and the first single released from it.
Shonen Knife released a Japanese language cover of the song as a b-side on their 1992 CD single "Do the Knife".
Now that's obscure.