...or Donald Trump.
I shared that with a group of people who teach money & banking.The thing that comes across, to me, is that the really good ways of moving money must be something else. After all, most of these are well enough know so show up on the internet. The really good ones are as yet not that well known.
I'm thinking there must be some international art scams that could be used.
You might have missed your calling, Don.
Don beat me to the comment about the art market. I'm convinced the modern art market is one giant scam to allow nefariously-gotten gains to be channeled into legitimate ventures, how else do we explain hundred-million-dollar prices for things like cow carcasses floating in formaldehyde tanks or giant statues of balloon animals?/cf. Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, two of the biggest con men modern art.
I don't know much about art, but I know what I don't like. And I don't like most of what passes for art these days. Give me McGinnis anytime.
Bill--interesting obit: http://www.vulture.com/2016/03/prodigious-tv-director-james-sheldon-dies-at-95.html
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