Co-opting The Yutes of Today

That’s Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, whose personal worth hovers somewhere around $17B Ameros. Jeff Taylor is the founder of job website Monster.com and current senior executive at Bridgewater.

This year Dalio reportedly “earned” $2B Ameros (insert Fran Lebowitz quip here).

You may recall Dalio worrying that his fellow, well-marbled plutocrats might be first up against the wall due to the “widening income/wealth/opportunity gaps that pose existential threats to the United States,”  which, you know, typically “manifests itself in the form of…revolutions of one sort or another.” Pass the barbecue sauce, please.

We wonder if he arrived by his personal helicopter launched from his 180-foot yacht.

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6 Responses to Co-opting The Yutes of Today

  1. seen on Tweeter recently: ” the rich seem like they might be gamy and fatty and not particularly nutritious. Feed them to the pigs and hogs; at least then we can get bacon out of it.”

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  2. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    Looks like Burning Man has lost what little cool factor that remained. Pack it up, it’s over.

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    • It’s pretty much been that way for a number of years now, ever since the rich Silicon Valley Libertardian capitalists discovered it. And I can guaran-damn-tee that rich fuckwad up there wasn’t within a thousand miles of Woodstock.

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  3. Bruce388 says:

    There’s a couple in our geezer village who love Burning Man. Last year the guy sent out an email blast to recruit attendees. They also have their TV tuned to Fox. Take that for what it’s worth.

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