Frank, is it meant o offend? ... or to amuse? ..... I have to admit difficulty in deciding, especially as Lewis' column nears the end ..... at first, i find myself thinking there's something serious, here, for all of us to learn ..... but, when I finish, I feel more like having just finished one of Dave Barry's columns, rather than than Michael Lewsis'
Either the column is a joke or Mr. Lewis is a clown. So there's laughs either way.The poor should be glad the SEC won't let them invest in his hedge fund. Those that are allowed would be wise to RUN as fast as they can away from it. Whatever he's smoking, it's potent, that's a fact. -blue
I am assuming it's meant as a joke, but I have learned that many people lack a sense of humor on such matters. Who was it who said, "I've been rich, and I've been poor. Rich is better."?
Isn't it obvious that it's satire, like Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal"?
I think so. I also think it's very funny.