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|August 17, 2017|
Bernstein With a Twist
This is a weekly program with commentary on current issues.
I’d been coping with the economic meltdown pretty well:
When Bear Stearns went down, I tried to bear up.
When I heard about Lehman Brothers, I made Lehmanade. (What else could a layman do?)
When Warren Buffet said he’d pour $5 billion into Goldman Sachs, I thought, “Finally somebody’s practicing safe Sachs.”
And I’ve developed a strategy for tracking of my retirement plan: Don’t Even Think About Finding Out How Much You’ve Lost! (I have a $.198K)
Yes, I’d been coping fairly well. Then I bought deodorant and realized the meltdown directly affects me.
Episode Date: September 26, 2008