5 thoughts on “America’s least-hated banker

  1. I get the Times on Sunday for the crossword puzzle only. Usually I open the magazine to the puzzle page so I don’t have to look at whatever idiocy is on the cover. Yesterday, I ripped off the cover. Insultingly stupid. And, since we know this jerk is truly despised, boy oh boy that doesn’t say much for the rest of ’em, does it?

  2. I didn’t read the article but I read the comments. They closed them sometime in the morning, at 138 comments. I checked only once to see if they reopened comments. I did a little research on Dimon at my last job to develop a profile of his past giving to my organization and what else he did. I wanted to add a comment, not about his charitable giving but about how he hid out in Chicago until he could find a way back to NYC after he was forced out of Citigroup. He and his wife never did give up their NYC apartment. He’s as bad as the rest of them, no matter what he may say now you have to look at how he got where he is.

  3. Wouldn’t it be nice if the media adopted the views of the majority of people in this country and put out headlines like ‘Where are the subpoenas’ or ‘Dimon or Demon: Public Enemy.’ American’s need to realize that media is not journalism and include them in the list of targets for the revolution.

  4. Mary, conserve your cash and don’t buy that overpriced establishmentarian rag.
    You can get big books of Sunday Times crossword puzzles for about a dime per puzzle — 100 for ten bucks, plus tax. Take some of the money you save, and put it in Suzie’s tip jar.
    You also will reduce your local waste stream considerably.

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