Write-Offs: 04.10.06

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$$$ DealBook provides a list of non-Ron Burkle moguls who have been mentioned in Page Six. So many alleged extortion opportunities; so little time. [DealBook]
$$$ Hey, another Saturday night: bankers and bottle service [Leveraged Sell-Out]
$$$ If we call them "quarter bags" can we raise the prices? New York mag presents: coke-dealing as a lucrative small business. (We did a variation of this a few years ago.)

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