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  • 04 Oct 2011 at 1:58 PM

Caption Contest Tuesday


Warren Buffett on one knee at the FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Summit with one of his special lady friends.

Paul Bint is a Brit whose only real job was a brief stint as a hairdresser. Figuring that’s not how one lands the ladies, he instead told a whole bunch of women (exact figure to be discussed shortly), over a period of years that he was a banker. And also a barrister. And a doctor. And a ballet dancer. And a Duke. It was pretty easy, Bint says, all he had to do was “read up on” his chosen profession steal some credit cards. In some instances, he pretended to be actual living people– murder prosecutor Orlando Powell, the Duke of Arundel, Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer, etc– and did a pretty decent job. In fact, one women didn’t realize something might be fishy until, after breaking things off with him, he spray-painted the word ‘bitch’ on the side of her house. Recently released from prison, Bint took a few moments to talk shop. Read more »

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  • 30 Aug 2010 at 4:20 PM
  • MBAs

Have Women Pay To Worship Your Harvard Business School-Educated Ass

Are you looking for “love”? Did you attend HBS? Did you do so with the idea in mind that once you graduated, women would be so infatuated with the notion that your cock once took leadership and organizational behavior that you’d be beating them off with a stick? Have things not exactly panned out that way? Take heart! DateHarvardsq.com is here to help. The new dating site matches males who have Harvard MBAs with discerning females who do not. The best part, if you’re a cheap bastard and/or really taken by yourself, is that all the men have to do is sign up, free of charge, and the chicks have to pay for the honor of possibly dating you. Here’s a featured member: Read more »

  • 18 Jun 2010 at 12:09 PM

Stripper Blamed For Kenneth Starr’s Problems

And by problems, we of course mean being caught running a Ponzi scheme, which is just rich. It’s always the stripper’s fault, isnt’ it?

Starr’s behavior outside the office also turned erratic after taking up with Passage in 2005. He began to forsake his own counsel about modest appearances, spending more than $400,000 on jewelry from Jacob & Co., aka Jacob the Jeweler, during the span of several months in 2006, according to the criminal complaint.

In related news, Passage is still said to be looking for a new gig to support herself and son due to Starr’s assets being put on ice.