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Jul 4, 2005 10:21 am

Back in the early '90's, I worked at a Dean Witter office that had several big hitters. One of them was a guy, economist by training, who would walk around with a pipe and always wore the best suits. He was one of the nicest guys in the office. He was married, a member of the yacht club, lived in a gated community, and always drove a new beemer.


But he had a weakness that didn't show up until a couple of years later. Seems he liked to peep-in on his female neighbors. He was busted for being a peeping tom, a couple of years after I left the firm.


I'm not sure what he's doing, now. His name doesn't show up on the NASD site. What a waste of talent.

Jul 4, 2005 12:07 pm

Thanks for sharing.

Jul 4, 2005 9:00 pm

random...


Jul 4, 2005 9:37 pm

I wonder if this individual was going to be let go, but owing to his family connections was "promoted" to a management position where he could be kept out of sight of the investing public, while compiling various studies about things like, oh say, series 7 test scores?

Jul 4, 2005 11:02 pm

That's funny, Starka...I think I know who you're referring to

Jul 7, 2005 12:56 am
doberman:

Back in the early '90's, I worked at a Dean Witter office that had several big hitters. One of them was a guy, economist by training, who would walk around with a pipe and always wore the best suits. He was one of the nicest guys in the office. He was married, a member of the yacht club, lived in a gated community, and always drove a new beemer.


But he had a weakness that didn't show up until a couple of years later. Seems he liked to peep-in on his female neighbors. He was busted for being a peeping tom, a couple of years after I left the firm.


I'm not sure what he's doing, now. His name doesn't show up on the NASD site. What a waste of talent.



Are his initials J.O.?