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Stuff I’m Reading Today…

The funny/amazing story of when hedgie William Ackman met the CEO of MBIA ($MBI).  (Bloomberg)

That Wall Street 2 cover story in this month’s Vanity Fair is a good read.  (VF)

I can’t help it, I love this stuff:  “In terms of social organization, we are regressing to the Middle Ages.”  (ZeroHedge)

Bess Levin interviews Jim Chanos for her first in a series of Q&A’s.  (NYObserver)

Worrying about the investment returns of others is counterproductive.  (AbnormalReturns)

Ted Turner, Tom Brokaw, Warren Buffett and others who’ve been rejected by Harvard.  (WSJ)

Formerly hot Fameball and last-decade social media curiousity Julia Allison is quitting the internet.  A look at 25 Julia moments.  (Gawker)

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