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Saturday, August 8, 2009

The Housewives of Goldman Sachs

With all my talk lately about how Americans are hypnotized by the crap served up on Reality TV, it comes as no surprise that Goldman Sachs would get into the act. I think one of the most disgusting and useless reality shows is The Housewives of Atlanta, Orange County, New Jersey and New York City.

This is not reality for the majority of Americans. This series of crap is nothing more than the worst of America and it is what is being broadcast around the world. Is that really the image you want others to see you as? Week after week the world watches a group of ladies (monkeys) behave like spoiled brats . . . and they actually allow it to be filmed and broadcast. Talk about arrogance and being conceited, pampered, spoiled brats. And we let monkeys like this raise children?

Wake up America.

The Housewives of Goldman Sachs - It was only a matter of time. Yes, the New York Post just revealed the pilot for what promises to be the most watched Reality TV series of all time. Here's an excerpt from the Post article . . .
Laura Blankfein and her friend Susan Friedman, wife of another Goldman honcho,
Richard Friedman, caused a huge scene at Super Saturday in the Hamptons last
weekend when they arrived at the event before the noon start time and balked at
waiting in line with the other ticket-holders.

"Their behavior was obnoxious. They were screaming," said one witness. Blankfein said she wouldn't wait with "people who spend less money than me." Another observer said the women were so impatient, it was as if they were waiting on line for a kidney transplant instead of a charitable designer clothing sale. Friedman shouted
at the event organizer, "You have lost so much money because of this . . . Why
should we be treated like the $650 donors?"

Sources said Blankfein and Friedman had bought tables with blocks of tickets going for $833 apiece, as did many of the women who were waiting patiently in line, happy to raise $3.4 million for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.

Why should the wives be any differnent than the executives and associates at Goldman Sachs. This is just another example of how the Goldman Sachs Club operates.

There is no better way to say it then . . . Wake Up America

For the full New York Post article . . . Click Here


Anonymous said...

Another idiot with this mindset proclaimed "Let them eat cake"! We all know what happened to her don't we Dr. Guillotine.

These are really sad times!

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