Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Goldman Sachs: "Our buildings came through with very little damage"

That's because they didn't trust government.

According to Goldman Sachs COO Gary Cohn, GS is ready to re-open for business and points out that, although not needed in response to Hurricane Sandy damage, GS has a major back-up facility in Salt Lake City.

Cohn also noted that GS owns the Conrad Hotel nearby their headquarters in downtown NYC and that GS put a generator in that hotel, so the hotel is functioning with power.

Here's what the rest of lower Manhattan will face:


  1. Somehow I am not feeling shocked that the squid survived. It always does.

  2. Wow! Even the people who own the government don't trust it.

  3. DAMMIT! They left the drug shipment out front again...