Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Buckley T Ratchford

Goldman Sachs is probably the greatest investment bank in the world – and maybe the universe. It employs over 1700 managing directors, but how many of them are bona fide financial shamans or money mystics? I have compiled a list of 300 Goldman managing directors. Quite a few of these people I know very well, and I know they are shamans or mystics. Some of it is pure guesswork. For example, I have never heard of Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, but if he’s not a financial shaman, then who is? I mean, with a name like that, come on!

I showed this list to Arthur Simmons. Unfortunately, he would not tell me if he had trained any of these people. He has been so secretive lately. What’s his problem?

Well, anyway, here’s the list. Apologies to any shamans or mystics I’ve left off the list, and apologies to anyone on the list who is not a shaman or mystic. But I bet you wish you were one, eh?
Anyway, here’s the list of new Goldman Sachs partners. If you are a telemarketer or spammer selling tax shelters and movie deals, there are plenty of ways to find their names and addresses and phone numbers. (Find names and addresses of them using PeopleBot, a free people finder) Be ready to sell for your dear life. These people are worth at least $7 million a year or should I say that Goldman Sachs partners win on average $7 million from squeezing investors out of their hard earned retirement money, which is alot more fun than playing poker in Vegas.

If you are a telemarkter, I would recommend that you have the courtesy to only call them during dinner time, when they are most likely not to be at home. Why? Because they wouldn’t be Goldman Sachs partners if they had time for dinner with the wife and kids. And if they are, then you can report that the offending culprit for un Goldman like conduct to Lloyd Blankfein – who I prefer to call Lord Frankenstein. It rhymes doesn’t it? It’s dsylexic. I know.

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