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This is where Shia La Boeuf’s ballsy/ sexy Wall Street character is left in the dust by, oh say, Javier Bardem’s in .While Shia was more interested in his trading positions in Oliver Stone’s anticipated sequel, Bardem’s assumed positions in the bedroom were more of a key theme throughout Woody Allen’s 2008 cinematic offering.I thought the age difference would make a difference but should have known what was to come when at 2am rather than offering to take me home, he jumped in a cab and went back to work. (He didn’t get back to me and so I had to soldier on without his trusted opinion). True, most finance guys typically have no control over their schedules in the first ten years of their careers and any potential girlfriends (if even required) will have to manage their expectations accordingly.It ended with a dramatic slamming of door scene – after which I had to humiliatingly return to get my things.” : I’m festered at work. Even more true, is my certainty that this way of life starts to diminish romantic instincts altogether.Romantic speak– you know the kind that Javier Bardem is so good at (sorry I keep mentioning him, but I’m quite sure his type exists in various Latin/ mediterranean countries), is a concept that this finance guy obviously found frivolous and beyond him.
But hold on a minute—are the DABA girls even for real? DABA cofounder Laney Crowell tells NEWSWEEK that what The New York Times and many other outlets portrayed as a serious Web site is, in fact, a full-blown parody by Crowell and her sidekick Megan Petrus, a Manhattan lawyer. Often the DABA girls invent fresh details for maximum satirical effect."That isn't my life," says Crowell, 27, from a coffee shop near her apartment in New York's West Village.
, released this week, tackles the subject with a more charming and madcap sensibility -- one that includes tantric sex, a jilted bride and jokes about inappropriate footwear. These are jobs that are typically not that balanced.
The New York Times called it "breezy." A movie based on the book and possibly starring Reese Witherspoon is in the works.
" Hopefully, young women will pick it up and learn.
But I want to start a conversation about something bigger. I have a 16-year-old daughter and, after she read the book, she asked me, "Did the mortgage crisis really happen?
You might think I’m beginning to compare bankers to grown-up math geeks with no sex lives– hardly.