Thursday, March 5, 2009

Elitist Pricks (Literally)

Former Bear Sterns CEO Jimmy Cayne talking about Tim Giethner:
“The audacity of that p—k in front of the American people announcing he was deciding whether or not a firm of this stature and this whatever was good enough to get a loan,” he said. “Like he was the determining factor, and it’s like a flea on his back, floating down underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, getting a h–d-on, saying, ‘Raise the bridge.’ This guy thinks he’s got a big d–k. He’s got nothing, except maybe a boyfriend. I’m not a good enemy. I’m a very bad enemy. But certain things really—that bothered me plenty. It’s just that for some clerk to make a decision based on what, your own personal feeling about whether or not they’re a good credit? Who the f–k asked you? You’re not an elected officer. You’re a clerk. Believe me, you’re a clerk. I want to open up on this f—-r, that’s all I can tell you.”
Uhh... yeah, not really sure what to add to this. By the end of the rant, I'm not sure whether he's more upset about the collapse of Bear Sterns or his repressed infatuation with Tim Geithner's dick. Too much Aqua Teen, I guess.

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