A Double Down challenge occurred last Friday at 1PM. Man on man (in this case, employee v intern), thirty minutes, as fast as they could get ‘em in there. Luckily I was long gone by then but I’ve been asked to post the results, for those of you considering going up against your younger, hungrier slaves. Read more »
Double Down Challenge
I’ve already left and am posting this on the go so if there are typos I don’t want to hear it. I think we can all agree that any attempts to make up for last week’s 3 Munchkins in 3 hours challenge are welcome. Some background: “IBD analyst going for 8 in an hour for a measly $350. Says he’s doing it for pride. A very liquid market at 4-5. Total volume outweighs the payout by a huge margin.”
15 minutes elapsed, 45 to go: Two DD’s down, rounding on the third one. Colleague says: “Did I mention he’s washing down with a Foster’s oil can? A for effort.” (Furthermore: “You might like to know that the only KFC in midtown that could handle this volume was at Grand Central. Two separate DoubleDown runs were required.”) Read more »
Confidential To Bank of America: We’ve Found You A Food Eating Contestant Who Will Potentially Restore Pride To The BAC NameBy Bess Levin
Retired NFL player Bryce Fisher is a University of Chicago Booth School of Business student who will graduate next year. This summer he’s interning in Bank of America’s LevFin group. He’s 6’3, 265 pounds and whereas his fellow interns would probably pass out at the sight of a stack of Double Downs, hundreds of oysters or the entire contents of a vending machine, all he sees is a light lunch. Think about it.