Hallowe'en with NYC's super-rich

The New York Times's slideshow of the Hallowe'en displays of hedge-fund managers and other NYC oligarchs has some pretty impressive haunts, though nothing that justifies the socially corrosive effect of out-of-control wealth gaps. (Photo: Christian Hansen) (via 3 Quarks Daily)

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  1. I wonder how many made their own costumes.

  2. You know what's really horrifying? The New York Times gently poking fun at the people who stole the U.S. economy. The people who will never stand trial. History will forgive their crimes, and their grandchildren will run for President, and we will name national parks after them.

  3. This townhouse on East 92nd Street once belonged to Woody Allen. The caution tape is new.

    How very droll.

  4. though nothing that justifies the socially corrosive effect of out-of-control wealth gaps

    I love the idea that there exists a hallowe'en display that's so good, it justifies the socially corrosive effect of out-of-control wealth gaps.

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