|Go ahead and admit it..how many of you...||ClydeTri|
Jun 3, 2003 9:14 AM
|How many of you really want to see Martha Stewart in the orange jumpsuit and ankle shackles while being transported if indicted on federal charges? Be honest.
|She won't look good in orange -nm||filtersweep|
Jun 3, 2003 9:49 AM
|Darn...you beat me to the post!!||PaulCL|
Jun 3, 2003 10:07 AM
|I just read on the Dow Jones news wire that Martha is fully expected to resign as CEO/Chairperson of her company. She is expected to be arrested and taken into custody tomorrow.
I hope they let Martha wear vertical stripes...afterall..vertical stripes are thinning. She just wouldn't look good in all orange.
|She could do shows on how to...||ClydeTri|
Jun 3, 2003 10:54 AM
|spruce up a jail cell...and make it feel just like home...|
|Today on Martha Stewart Living....||Alpedhuez55|
Jun 3, 2003 11:53 AM
|I will show you how to make shine in your toilet out of Tang and a peice of bread...
I will make a shank out of spoon and a shoe lace...
And how to turn the pecker palace into a a romantic hideaway to meal those congical visits feel like a honeymoon.
|What I find interesting...||moneyman|
Jun 3, 2003 2:59 PM
|Is the fact that the sale of her Imclone stock grossed $220,000. Her compensation for 2002, with salary and bonuses, was $2.19 million. I do not know how much stock she owns, but at the time of the IPO, MSO was worth about $2 billion. It is now worth about one fourth of the IPO amount. The untimely (and probably illegal) sale of her imclone stock represented .01% of the market capitalization of her company. That's one penny on a hundred dollars. All those problems for a sum that most people wouldn't bother to pick up off the street, so to speak. And certainly would not materially affect her net worth.
Greed is a powerful emotion.
|Not unless Frank and Bernie go, too. (nm)||PseuZQ|
Jun 3, 2003 8:30 PM