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  1. He also made a hefty donation to Lincoln Center because the New York State Theater is now the David H. Koch Theater. I doubt he gave them the money because he loves the NYC Ballet. Nice to hear he got booed.

    Some time ago (a couple of years at least) I read somewhere that public scorn would be/is a good restricting force on bad actions by bankers and such. Ha, no way. They are still invited to dinners and parties, and seen in polite society.

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