wow, the company has made a killing too, how many people have died in those 10 years from lung cancer, too bad you made such a wrong choice of words
i thought I saw him at the bank depositing bags of money from cashing in his shares
just because it has been down every day this week, just because it is now down nearly 50% from its recent high, doesn't mean it should be down yet again today, especially when we have a genius as CEO, oh wait a minute, now I see, never mind
you are absolutely right about that, vote for Bernie Sanders and put an end to this nonsense
"will" bankrupt, I think you mean has bankrupt America, we have never recovered from the damage the banksters created, you know who to vote for, Bernie Sanders
and I'll be assisted by my crew of foul smelling buddies reeking of cigarette smoke and dying of emphysema and lung cancer, sad I know but they want to do their bit because after all, no one forced them to smoke, no one but themselves brought on their lifelong addiction. No donation, no matter how small will be refused. They will be wearing masks of Jamie Daimon and Lloyd Blankfein and you will just have to take their word that if you do give them your donation that it will indeed go to that Ivy/Cameron woman's charity and not straight to the investment division of their banks. And I've been told that out of the generosity of their hearts that if you want to arrange a cheap mortgage or buy a few triple A rated credit default swaps while making your donation they will be more than willing to help you. And even more unbelievable, they have also promised not to to give a dime of your charitable contribution to the Stop Bernie Sanders Before He Ruins Us All Campaign. So come on down, it's a worthy cause, and as they used to say at Reynolds, "I'd walk a mile to help out that Ivy/Cameron woman."
I'll be collecting donations on the street behind the RAI world headquarters each night after 7.00 pm, just look for the person wearing the Bernie Madoff mask holding a very large sack.
I've started a bailout fund over at Yahoo for the poor dear Marissa Mayer and I think the loyal shareholders of RAI should begin one for that Ivy/Cameron woman as well. I know I know, Mayer has something like $300 million and poor old Ivy/Cameron only a paltry shadow of that but still, when times are tough a $10 million or so compensation package just doesn't go as far as it used to. And poor old Marissa has a family to support, and lots of shoes and pretty frocks to buy. I hope that all the wonderful RAI shareholders who have been singing the praises of this company, "the best company ever in the history of the world", will be eager to get on board this charitable and heartfelt train even when the value of your shares are declining at an alarming rate. I mean come on, who needs it more, who is more valuable to society, who more irreplaceable, you poor working stiffs or our well educated multimillionaire great leader who doesn't know how to earn a living by honest work, she thinks you make money by being granted options and bonuses just for being CEO, it's my right, my privilege. So let's not spoil that illusion for her, let's just keep the gravy train flowing and throw some more money her way, it's her right. And if we don't raise enough money maybe we could arrange a deal whereby she gets all the free cigarettes she wants for life and a luxury suite in the old Reynolds building rent free.
oh dear me, how can she even begin to survive on only $300? Soon out of a job, a family to support and lots of shoes and pretty frocks to buy, I just don't see how's she's going to make it. Too young for social security. I suggest that the loyal shareholders of Yahoo sell our rapidly declining shares and create a bailout fund for our dear princess so she will not have to live from paycheck to paycheck. The ignominy of it, it's unbearable.
and I feel particularly aggrieved about the plight of poor Marissa Mayer, those nasty Yahoo shareholders just won't leave her alone, the poor dear only has around $300 million left, maybe our own Ivy/Cameron woman will take her in or at least loan her a couple of million or so to help Marissa weather this rough patch. I mean come on, let's get real, when the multimillionaire CEOs start losing money then we're not joking around anymore, as King George IV said during the war when visiting the East End, "something must be done." I just can't sleep at night agonizing over Marissa and that Ivy/Cameron woman, so please stock market, please go up again.
can you say recession, thank you banksters, thank you Wall Street, you guys are just the greatest, the only thing that really matters is that you all have enough money, who cares about the ordinary person, the person who actually has to go to work every day and whose wages have gone nowhere in decades, thank you masters of the universe!