Friday, July 3, 2009

Goldman Sachs Penetrates National Review

It's really amazing where you find Goldmanites. Writes Peter Brimelow:

Dusty Rhodes, the former Goldman Sachs executive whom [William F. Buckley], with his snobbish weakness for the wealthy, installed in a vague (probably power-balancing) role at [National Review].

Maybe that's how WFB learned this habit. Brimelow again:

The fascinating news that the ageing William F. Buckley, beset by bladder problems, developed the habit of opening the door of his moving limousine and urinating into passing traffic—revealed by his son, Christopher Buckley in Losing Mum and Pup, his unsparing memoir of his just-deceased parents’ final year—is almost laughably symbolic.

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