Saturday, October 18, 2008


Here's a story from the UK Guardian to lock your bombtosser jaws:
Financial workers at Wall Street's top banks are to receive pay deals worth more than $70bn (£40bn), a substantial proportion of which is expected to be paid in discretionary bonuses, for their work so far this year - despite plunging the global financial system into its worst crisis since the 1929 stock market crash, the Guardian has learned.

Read all here. Are there no paving cobbles in America? No pitchforks? No ropes?

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