Tags: Bridgewater Associates, Caption Contest, caption contests, hedge fund managers, Ray Dalio, truth
A young Ray Dalio, from a photo he included in a presentation he gave at Harvard Business School several years back. [Bridgewater]
Tags: Burning Man, Caption Contest, don't ask why Greenwich Time has a slidehow of Burning Man pictures
A “Mobile Board Room” and a possibly pant-less* CEO at Burning Man 2013 [Greenwich Time]
Related: Area Financial Services Employees Putting The Finishing Touches On Their Burning Man Costumes
*Although upon further inspection it appears as though he may be rocking casual Friday shirt and jacket on top/cut off jean shorts on the bottom look.
Tags: Anna Chapman, Caption Contest, Nouriel Roubini, Russian spies, Russian spies who are apparently *really* kinky bitches, Warren Buffett
Anna Chapman, the Russian spy and former Barclays “slave,” who also claims to have been employed by Warren Buffett and may have tapped Dr. Doom’s ass, works her latest mark. [via NYP]
Tags: ball-handling skills, basketball, Caption Contest, China, NBA hopefuls, Sports, Tim Geithner, underestimate the Treasury Secretary
Request Number One: Challenge him to a game of your choice. Nok Hockey, tennis, jacks, Crossfire, fire ball, ping pong, rock paper scissors, mud-wrestling, Egyptian Ratscrew, kick ball, something weird and exotic with ever-changing rules you just made up on the spot. Doesn’t matter what it is, the important thing is that you underestimate him, smirk and think to yourself “this should be good.” Then watch as he flips you and your expectations on your back.
Geithner is a “sports nut and is up for playing or trying any sport someone suggests,” said Treasury spokesman Andrew Williams. “A lot of folks have underestimated Secretary Geithner in a lot of ways, and the basketball court’s one place where he’s been underestimated,” said U.S. Representative Rick Larsen, 44, a Washington state Democrat who played with Geithner and President Barack Obama at an Oct. 8 game at the basketball court on the White House’s South Lawn. He said he and Geithner covered one another during much of the game. “He definitely is a credible basketball player, one that you would choose to have on your team,” said Representative John Shimkus, an Illinois Republican who also played in the after-work contest. He has “good ball-handling skills” and he’s fast on the court, Shimkus, 52, said in an interview.
Request Number Two: caption this photo: Read more »