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Bulls, bears, bunnies, & the big house

July 30, 2009

bunnyWall Street may be filled with bulls and bears, but Rocky only recently discovered a correlation between bunnies and securities fraud.


The SEC just charged an Arizona investment firm, “Radical Bunny LLC” with defrauding investors and guaranteeing “double-digits” returns. The defendants include two accountants, a grade school principal and a pharmacist. (“Pass the Excedrin, please.”) See: http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/news/articles/2009/07/29/20090729secbunny0729.html2.


Back in 1987, Robert Freeman, chief of risk arbitrage at Goldman Sachs, was sentenced to prison for insider trading after a phone call with Martin Siegel, whose friend BunnyLasker leaked news regarding a pending merger. Siegel testified that he told Freeman, ”Your Bunny has a good nose.” See http://www.nytimes.com/1990/04/19/opinion/your-bunny-and-wall-street-justice.html


And this evening Rocky discovered Whoops Bunny, an online retailer which sells “whoops” for an undisclosed amount of money. The website says, “Here at Whoops Bunny, we recycle all our plastic, paper and glass, even driving miles to the glass recycling plant. We’ll even reuse scraps of paper for our scribbles.” For a really annoying bouncing rabbit, click on: http://whoopsbunny.com/index.html

[Disclosure: Rocky already knew he should never play cards with a man named Doc, or eat at a restaurant called Mom’s. Now, he knows, “never do business with a person named Bunny.”]

  1. August 10, 2009 at 8:08 pm

    How ’bout that? I live in Arizona, knew about the Radical Bunny fiasco, but never knew one of the defendants was a pharmacist.

    Thanks. I’m going to look into this a little closer.

  2. August 10, 2009 at 8:58 pm

    Hi Mike:
    Thanks for stopping by. If you find out what’s in that little brown bottle, please let Rocky know!

  3. August 16, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    Thanks for the tip! I can tell you what’s NOT in the bottle. It surely isn’t Excedrin, that’s in his investors bottles. 😉

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