Breakfast Links: Cody Willard, CIT, Sun Valley & Jay-Z

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OMG, everything is wrong with this video, Batman, Robin & assorted villains sing “At The Hop” in Spanish for some reason, and then at around the 1:18 mark, a mini Spider-Man appears for no reason whatsoever (Spidey is a Marvel character, Batman is DC).  This thing is nine types of bizarre.

OK, on to the stuff I’m reading this morning…

“Daddy, what happens to moguls when their careers die?”  They still show up to Sun Valley, son.  (DealBook)

Does Bill Gates plan to control the weather?  EP caught this:  (Finem Respice)

There once was a house on Nantucket…  (Clusterstock)

A lifeline for CIT this morning?  (Bloomberg)

Cody Willard calls for the prosecution of Goldman’s CEO, Lloyd Blankfein.  (MarketWatch)

Chuck Schwab‘s not cool with the pornography.  Stay Classy, Chuck.  (LOLFed)

Lessons on foreign policy for the US from Jay-Z, Nas and The Game.  (Marc Lynch)

While your taxes are invested in Goldman Sachs, it’s execs dump their stock.  Stay Classy, GS.  (Reuters)

NBC defends it’s new terrorist-hunting reality show, The Wanted, which I will watch.  (NYT)

James Kwak on how to build a successful blog…listen and learn, newbies.  (Baseline Scenario)

Hat tip on the video to Topless Robot

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