Alright people. This is it. If the sight of Goldman Sachs employees voluntarily handling garbage doesn't stop the hate, they're going to have to go to DEFCON 1: blow job booth, manned by Blankfein.
The Salvation Army plans to serve 10,000 free dinners across the city this Thanksgiving -- meals planned by a star chef, cooked by one of New York's ritziest caterers and cleaned up by employees of one of Wall Street's most vilified financial firms. The number of meals is 10 times as many as last year and come at a time when more and more Americans are struggling to put food on the table.
Three hundred employees of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Wall Street's richest firm, have volunteered for the holiday feast and will be tasked with taking out the garbage.
"Goldman wants their volunteers to sweat," joked chef Marc Spooner, who at 6-foot-6 towered above a recent tasting session for the meal at Great Performances' kitchens in the SoHo neighborhood.