Sunday, 18 April 2010

A gold-plated scandal hits the bonus bank

I thought this was quite funny, in an "oh, dear: please don't tell me that we've made the assumption that because these guys have got lots of money that they're in any way decent, or honest, or representative of any kind of admirable human characteristic" -sort of a way...

A gold-plated scandal hits the bonus bank

Anyway, time (and the quality of legal advocates involved), will determine whether or not GS is as crooked as it looks, right now.

2 comments:

Stephany said...

Yes, another fine example of greedy pigs!

Radagast said...

Stephany: It doesn't look good, does it? It's the sheer scale of the collusion that causes one to do a doubletake... I mean, according to this article, we've got these massive organizations, which have apparently set up a scam between them for personal profit. "But, but... These guys are professionals and pillars of the establishment and stuff," one finds oneself saying.

Was it Hitler who said something to the effect that if a lie was big enough, it would be believed?

Matt