4 More Years, Please

  • kaccioto

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    Jun 27, 2009 12:36 AM GMT
    looks like the bet paid off for us in securities (sorry joe schmoes; well actually, THANK YOU - it's your taxes after all)...that's a good bobie (pet, pet)

    way to be michelle (up top)

    gs, record bonuses; citi goes dubz

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jun/21/goldman-sachs-bonus-payments

    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=akHCO4dj2KJc


    keep the cap low, talk about subway series and bruno so they'll forget ..oh hai gayyyys




    cannot waait..promise, promise, hope, promise..
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    Jun 27, 2009 2:09 AM GMT
    Oh good... I thought he was talking wibblish too.

    But still, I´d hit it.

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  • Timbales

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    Jun 27, 2009 2:17 AM GMT
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  • kaccioto

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    Jul 01, 2009 7:27 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Kaccioto, if you don't at least try to make some sense, no one's gonna respond.


    ahh jp, the floridian sun has finally squeezed the last of your ny wit. you really must revisit.

    cliff notes for the naive and overly trusting (particularly southerners and left coasters):

    this administration took your tax dollars and gave it to us bankers, via our multiple lobbies. that's an obedient obama, good boy. best yet, more will be taken to feign health care reform.


    ps jp did you find a job yet? allegedly, there are thousands of bridge building programs on the way. hopefully, they're established before we hit the double digit mark this august, i mean he can't break another promise, no?

    only "change" i see is the one he puts in my pocket, from your tax dollars. how ironic that i didn't even need to vote for him when his adherents don't read the fine print and are quick to jump based on a moving speech or two.

    bait & switch.
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    Jul 01, 2009 7:41 PM GMT
    So what are you...a functioning alcoholic sociopath in a suit or just a run-of-the-mill Wall St. crackhead?

    Either way, congrats on the windfall. Bush set things up rather nicely for you, didn't he? Master enabler. Using our dated economic indicators to validate y'alls dirty business and all. Just curious...were you the smoke or the mirror?

    Sure you were tossed a publicly-funded band-aid. Extortion, if you ask me. Someone let y'all get too important. Happened about 27 years ago. I think he used to work with chimps in Hollywood back in the '50s. But you seem to want us to get the impression you're enjoying this band-aid like a fat piece of cake. So here's your bait and switch: Enjoy your cake while you can. Your nuts are about to get grabbed so tight with regulation that you'll be permamently typing in the Manhunt chat rooms in 6pt font. Franken is the ringer. No stopping 'em now. Don't bother running to K Street for help. It'll be a ghost town.

    Yup...all that education on how to creatively manipulate other people's money...down the shitter. Useless.

    Call me. Pulling weeds from stormwater ponds starts at $9/hr. I won't even make you take a pee test. And it'll be more gratifying than taking miniscule deposits into tiny savings accounts at some WaMu teller window. Hell...you might even find a remnant of a soul within you.

    Love ya mean it.
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    Jul 01, 2009 8:05 PM GMT
    (...as long as we're being antagonistic)
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    Jul 01, 2009 8:05 PM GMT
    Yeah yeah. Because McCain was a real CHANGE!

    Get over the gloating... and the crack, Nu Yawka.
  • kaccioto

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    Jul 02, 2009 7:14 PM GMT
    RuggerATX saidSo what are you...a functioning alcoholic sociopath in a suit or just a run-of-the-mill Wall St. crackhead?


    i'd say 80/20 former/latter but crack? c'mon, what is this par 96th street? how gauche.

    re: your offer, thanks, i'll take your card to spare your ego. what's your font grain? mine's bone marrow

    ..but i think i'm safe: http://www.businessinsider.com/citi-traders-get-100-salary-hike-2009-6

    no major media coverage, how mapped...err, "insignificant" we'll tell them in comparison to sears tower's new glass balcony, bruno, and a plebeian gay skirmish icon_cool.gif

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    Jul 02, 2009 7:22 PM GMT
    [quote][cite]kaccioto said[/cite]
    jprichva said
    cliff notes for the naive and overly trusting (particularly southerners and left coasters):

    this administration took your tax dollars and gave it to us bankers, via our multiple lobbies. that's an obedient obama, good boy. best yet, more will be taken to feign health care reform. quote]

    Despite what the rest of the country might think, we southerners are not naive and overly trusting. Why do you think all of us have guns?
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    Jul 02, 2009 7:44 PM GMT
    kaccioto said
    RuggerATX saidSo what are you...a functioning alcoholic sociopath in a suit or just a run-of-the-mill Wall St. crackhead?


    i'd say 80/20 former/latter but crack? c'mon, what is this par 96th street? how gauche.

    re: your offer, thanks, i'll take your card to spare your ego. what's your font grain? mine's bone marrow

    ..but i think i'm safe: http://www.businessinsider.com/citi-traders-get-100-salary-hike-2009-6

    no major media coverage, how mapped...err, "insignificant" we'll tell them in comparison to sears tower's new glass balcony, bruno, and a plebeian gay skirmish icon_cool.gif



    Now here's a douche with a sense of humor...so much more pleasant to deal with. ;-)
  • kaccioto

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    Jul 08, 2009 5:19 AM GMT
    ahh folding so easily? sweet smell of ascendancy, at your tax dime


    here, here! http://www.reuters.com/article/bigMoney/idUS230034438120090704



    4 more years & early retirement, indeed
    enjoy pulling weeds, don't have any for ya in the city but will call when the montauk pad needs a haircut icon_wink.gif
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    Jul 08, 2009 5:24 AM GMT
    in the south we have ignore buttons, and i just used mine. have a nice retirement, and bless your heart.
  • kaccioto

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    Jul 08, 2009 6:01 AM GMT
    jprichva said
    Jack, darlin', it's a schtick. He's not really an asshole. I promise. It's funny stuff.


    ahh, another schtick for ya:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/article-1197006/Goldman-Sachs-staff-line-record-average-bonus-430-000.html

    if by shtick you mean this administration's actions and effects reside in an isolated vacuum, sure i'll play along. i'll just pretend that TARP has (will) 'surprisingly' mushroomed my w-2 in a "down" year, yet you remain statistically part of the soon to be double digit unemployment rate that still remains a rhetorical point. yes, let's leave that sweet irony to coincidence icon_cool.gif

    from our pm's you know i do admire your unwavering blue devotion, jp. it ensures my fiscal livelihood. keep the support, as i'm definitely sold while i'm in this field. sorry small businesses, and America while were at it.

    dancerboy, why would one willingly venture south of chambers street, let alone the actual continental south?
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    Jul 08, 2009 6:09 AM GMT
    It has been a remarkable year. Warren only gained 25%. You little twit. Try 200%.
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    Jul 08, 2009 10:09 AM GMT
    kaccioto said4 more years & early retirement, indeed
    enjoy pulling weeds, don't have any for ya in the city but will call when the montauk pad needs a haircut icon_wink.gif


    ever wonder why WS peeps are called fatcats, greedy, filthy money whores, and hated?

    i have no idea what the future holds, but if the money market systems crash and we enter a severe depression and/or civil riots - i'll survive just fine and i won't shed a tear for any money grubbing thiefs of the wall street type.

    frankly, i suspect i'll be arrested for public indecency of dancing in my joy.

    i may not have an asscrack worth of say in the thieves that run the country and wall street and swindle me by taxation and bills, but i'm sure the endgame will be different.
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    Jul 08, 2009 1:16 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    kaccioto saiddancerboy, why would one willingly venture south of chambers street, let alone the actual continental south?

    Um, because half of Wall Street is south of Chambers?

    And that is not what a "shtick" is. You'd think a New Yorker would have learned a little Yiddish by now......


    Oh yes, I think a New Yorker would have. icon_cool.gif
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    Jul 08, 2009 1:42 PM GMT
    Why is everyone falling for this guy's BS? He seems fake to me. Anyone can post a couple pics in a profile and call himself a Wall Streeter. But how many of those do you know who brag and gloat about how they unfairly benefit at your expense?

    REAL WS types are all about how they are the creme de la creme who deserve to be rich cuz they work so hard and so on and so forth. Even they aren't so stupid as to go around spitting in people's faces. He's just another internet right-wing kook grinding his own rusty axe.
  • styrgan

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    Jul 08, 2009 2:17 PM GMT
    Sadly, as I work for a Spanish bank, we did not get any part of this lovely bailout.

    It's a real interesting lesson in capitalism for me though. I was in favor of bailing out the banks to keep the economy afloat, and I still think it was the right move.

    But all the American banks that took funds from the TARP or the window (at 0.5%) can now loan it out at ridiculous rates to their corporate and premier clients. Of course you have Chase who lowers credit card lending rates to those of secured loans. I was talking to a sales person the other day who had a big client who was getting a personal credit card from Chase at 4.99 percent, and we're not talking a promotional rate.

    I find that we overseas banks just can't compete with them right now.

    For the sake of my job, maybe another $100 billion in loan losses is in order?

    It's just crazy how we weren't on this subprime mortgage bandwagon and yet we've been penalized for it.

    Maybe BOA and Citi will really hit rock bottom?
  • calibro

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    Jul 08, 2009 2:44 PM GMT
    The only thing more ridiculous than the bailout windfall is you coming here and seemingly taking pride in it.
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    kaccioto, this "looks like the bet paid off for us in securities (sorry joe schmoes; well actually, THANK YOU - it's your taxes after all)...that's a good bobie (pet, pet)"

    ...is probably the poorest example of attempted penis extension we've ever seen. icon_lol.gif
  • kaccioto

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    Jul 08, 2009 4:54 PM GMT
    jprichva said
    Um, because half of Wall Street is south of Chambers?

    And that is not what a "shtick" is. You'd think a New Yorker would have learned a little Yiddish by now......


    yes, avoid my points...why so meshuggah?

    all the big boys (private equity/hf) reside in midtown east/central park south, save maybe half goldman and deutsche...know it's been a while since you've been here, things change

    "schtick" is so hollywood/middle america it's not inclusive to NY now; who doesn't know what it means? found it amusing you found my points a "schtick." i prefer tongue in cheek w/ undertone of truth....take for example your case:

    1) fired b/c of sexual orientation
    2) joins america's now bountifully unemployed
    3) hope they gave ya COBRA, cause we all know health care premiums are up
    http://money.cnn.com/2009/06/18/news/economy/health_care_costs.reut/index.htm ..i know, b/c we "reformed" it icon_biggrin.gif
    4) taxes: capped mortgage interest writeoff proposals for MIDDLE (not rich) americans..should i continue?? this deserves it's own thread

    where are your rights homo?

    yet, us gays still get moist over a speech on the promise of gay marriage...at what expense though? how predictable we must be to them. so gullible, so open for "business." legs up, gals.

    luckily you have smart, bright kids to support ya..not many have that fall back
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    Jul 08, 2009 6:57 PM GMT
    What we have here, gentlemen, is a classic example of the species trollius internetius. Do not feed the troll. He thrives on the attention whether negative or positive. Ignore it and it will crumble up and blow away. (But first it will huff and puff and flail around angrily)