Who Doesn't Want Us To Hear About Sergey Aleynikov's "Love Story"

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Obviously Goldman Sachs is behind this, somehow, but why? Above, the "Love Story" of Sergey and Elina, a video that's been available since 2007, and was up until some point last night. Now, alarmingly, the audio's been stripped, supposedly over copyright infringement, though we have it on good authority there's more to this than meets the Blankfein. Is this some sort of coded message via LB? The WSJsuggested earlier that Serge and the wife should be embarrassed about the video, which tells how workaholic Aleynikov found love via a genie in a lamp, and would perhaps want to bury evidence of its existence. With all due respect, the Journal clearly has no idea what it's talking about-- this is nothing to be embarrassed over. It's the sort of thing you shout loud and proud.

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