Bloomberg TV Anchor Could Come Up With 'A Lot Of Good Jokes' About Getting Pissed On But Won't

This is a serious conversation about investing though, so please, continue what you were saying. Leave that kind of smut to the other networks. Interviewee: "There are basically two kinds of waterfalls, the American version and the European version." Interviewer: "I'm sure there are a lot of good jokes in here but I'll hold my tongue and let you keep going." Bob's Buzzword of the Day: `Waterfall' [Bloomberg TV]
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This is a serious conversation about investing so please, continue what you were saying. Leave that kind of smut to the other networks.

Interviewee [Just trying to do his job]: "There are basically two kinds of waterfalls, the American version and the European version."
Interviewer [smirk]: "I'm sure there are a lot of good jokes in here but I'll hold my tongue and let you keep going."
Interviewee [nervous laughter]: "Okay, fair enough."

Bob's Buzzword of the Day: `Waterfall' [Bloomberg TV]

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