Some things, if they’re good enough, never end!
Glad to see standards are enforced somewhere.
I wonder if St Pete invested in his hedge fund. Hedge fund managers really don’t care how well the fund performs because they get paid on the basis of how big the fund is
You can’t take your hedge fund with you either.
It was less than above board sir, so you’re going below.;-D
How’d a broker even make it up to the stoop?
Whew! At least someone is investigating the he(d)gemon(ey)!
Pennies from Heaven.
Was it a good thing?
George Soros is a 91 year old hedge fund manager, but that’s just my wishful thinking coming through.
Cue the trapdoor to Hades, let them suffer the eternal machinations of hell’s grim tyrant!
Another overcharging lawn service CEO gets clipped in the end.
As the guy on the elevator said, “Going down.”
Ahh hedge funds managers, they make money when you don’t.
Bad things come to an end too… but never soon enough.
I don’t think he’s going to be standing among clouds for much longer
…is that good or bad?
As has been said, “it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of God.”
Hmmmmm. ….. Seems to be a lotta involvement with widows and orphans here. And not in a good way, I might note.
Always puzzled me, who puts money in a hedge? A rose bush or a Pyracantha, maybe.
Lots of people are members of hedge funds. Lots of people get clipped, too.
And then the express elevator down.
shouldn’t this be the beginning of good things and not the end?
Think of all the rich people I helped. That should count for something.
I have been known to wish that God, Heaven, etc., were real; it would be so nice to see all those “Christians’” faces when they found out they’d be burning for eternity; “Right this way, Mr. Osteen”, etc.
Anyone see Defending Your Life?
The prosecuting angels ask him why he always played it safe, never took any risks.
“You think I should have made more money?”
No, they wanted to know why he didn’t live life to the fullest.
A miser dies and goes to judgement.
St. Peter asks "Ever done a good deed?’’
The miser answers ‘’Once gave a penny to a blind boy.’’
St. Peter relays the answer to God and asks for guidance.
God tells Peter ‘’Give him tuppence and send him to Hell.’’