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say what you're buying, fine, but don't say you're selling what you're buying or
Scarsdale will come and lean on you himself and then no more meatballs forever
. The other thing is Scarsdale himself, the way he runs the lunch with no
Scarsdale cries. "Maybe it was ninety-eight," the fund man says. "I recall buying a
lot at ninety-eight." "Fairchild is falling apart," says the man from the hedge fund.
With a hedge fund, you can go short. "Fairchild has lost control of its inventories.
At the next desk, Scarsdale's secretary is lining up some senators for a dinner
Scarsdale is giving. The legends are already starting. Scarsdale is supposed to
have introduced Neddy Johnson, the junior Johnson of Fidelity, to a senator and
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