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(Huffington Post)   Bernard Madoff was in a love triangle with a former employee. Which is no surprise since without triangles you can't make a pyramid   ( divider line
    More: Followup, Bernie Madoff, U.S., Preet Bharara, Bharara, George Perez  
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2013-08-12 09:25:35 PM  
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2013-08-12 12:04:08 PM  
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Fark Madoff & Fark the government for putting ONLY HIM in jail in the entire 2008 financial scandal.

He was NOT EVEN RELATED to it!

He bilked old Jews in Florida out of their hard earned pension money, as well as Israelis (Technion had a large endowment w/him).

Farkers should be jumping for JOY at Madoff... he went after their most hated state (both Florida & Israel).

/Typical... hold up a minority as a token scapegoat and business as usual again.
//Did the S&P get investigated for grading AAA on crap?  NO!
///Did Country-Wide employees go to jail?  NO!!!   But Madoff... oh him... we got him!
2013-08-12 09:13:38 AM  
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Ok, if no one else is going to do it, I will.  Madoff ran a Ponzi scam not a pyramid scheme.
2013-08-12 08:57:30 AM  
1 vote:
Technically, the pyramids are constructed from a series of trapezoidal polyhedra
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