December 26, 2009


We believe closets were invented to keep our money where we can see it — Valentina*
Or perhaps to keep somebody else's money where they can't see it:
Many of the clothes Sujata Sachdeva purchased apparently went unused, with some stored in a 1,000-square-foot room in a Third Ward building.
Koss embezzlement may exceed $20 million**

Sounds like a case of assisted kleptomania.

* Being the stylish Mequon emporium at which Sachdeva is alleged by federal authorities to have disbursed $1.3 million over two years.

** That's more than the whole company made during the same period.


Ordinary Jill said...

Perhaps the stockpiled clothes were meant to be contributions to Sarah Palin's 2012 presidential campaign.

illusory tenant said...

Running mate's wardrobe by Carhartt.