A: The "best little whorehouse on Wall Street"

Q: Where did some of these incompetent and corrupt bankers spend their time and the banks' money last year?

  • an investment banker from Lehman Brothers who saw "Kelsey and Keely together" and later saw "Aria and Skyler at the same time"
  • an investment banker at JP Morgan Securities who "loves Brooke" and spent $41,600
  • an investment banker at Goldman Sachs who "only wanted all-American girls" and spent $27,000
  • a managing director from Merrill Lynch who saw "Lana" using the name "Nataly"
  • a managing director from Deutsche Bank "who called about seeing Nataly again"

Oh yeah... I guess these "corporate expenses" are very likely getting covered by "US" now.

"Some of these guys, I was invoicing on corporate credit cards," she said. "I was writing up monthly bills for computer consulting, construction expenses, all of these things, I was invoicing them monthly so they could get it by their accountants," Davis said.

C'mon an' say it with me: "FRAUD"

Of course, Kristen Davis was prosecuted, jailed and fined for her part... As for the nearly 10,000 high powered clients committing fraud to cover up their misdemeanor crimes, making these crimes a felony? Typically, the men remain untouched by these scandals.

How do you feel about bailing these people out?

Note to ABC news: We want names! All 10,000 of them.

No votes yet


and then we paid them to screw us.  Just doesn't seem right, does it?

Stuck in the middle with you..."

Take note that the articles listed in the ABC story lead to stories on those companies instead of the typical "NASDAQ corporate rundown" of what these companies do...

Any names in those articles sound interesting? Maybe a hint?

  1. "Both the former investment banks are likely to be opportunistic in growing their deposit franchise, analyst Kenneth Worthington said in a note to clients and adjusted his 2009 profit estimates on the companies."
  2. "Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Financial Officer David Viniar said the bank is keen to avoid restrictions it agreed to after receiving funds from the U.S. government late last year and it is looking to pay the money back as soon as possible."
  3. "By December, as Merrill's losses were soaring, BofA Chief Executive Ken Lewis told U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke he was having second thoughts, the paper said, according to people close to Lewis."
  4. "Santander Chief Executive Emilio Botin has steered the biggest bank in the euro zone around the worst of the financial storm by sticking to a simple retail bank formula and sidestepping the local property crash. [snip] On Thursday, its Swiss Chief Executive Josef Ackermann struck a gloomy note, predicting "very difficult conditions for the global economy" and "significant challenges for our clients and for our industry"."

The first Lehman article has no names. And this could be nothing more than linking out to recent articles... There are more client list hints at the article. I just pulled the banking ones'.

Working on the Street?


as reported from the Department of Redundancy Dept., surely I recognized as I wrote it.

But is there something wrong with this picture?

Spitzer Whacked For Warning Of Financial Crisis, Bush Fed Targets Taxpayers As Bagholders

"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations which dare already to challenge our government in a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." - Thomas Jefferson

Do you get the feeling the bankers and politicians are all mobsters with fancy titles?

OK, I was wrong. We don't need the FBI, the CIA, and the NSA to clean up our financial mess.

Just let the NYPD handle it.


There are so many good one liners. The sad part? While funny, they are the truth. Any guesses on police and other law enforcement clientele nixes that ever happening?