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From: Jackson, Peter (CFPB) </o=ustreasury/ou=exchange administrative group (fydibohf23spdlt)/cn=recipients/cn=jacksonpe> Geldon, Daniel (CFPB) </o=ustreasury/ou=exchange administrative group (fydibohf23spdlt)/cn=recipients/cn=geldond>

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RE: you around? Fri Dec 17 2010 12:17:52 EST

I can live with him using this one, but beyond that... > *With a little old manager, lively and neat* > > *She knew in a minute he must be Wall Street* > > *More rapid than eagles his proposals they came* > > *He whistled and shouted out by name* > > *"Now mortgages, now overdraft, now payday loans* > > *On debt collectors, on creditors, on foreclosed homes* > > *To the banked and the unbanked, to the big and the small,* > > *Now simplify, simplify, simplify all!".....* -----Original Message----From: Geldon, Daniel (CFPB) Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 12:15 PM To: Jackson, Peter (CFPB) Subject: FW: you around?

-----Original Message----From: (b) (6) Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 12:11 PM To: Geldon, Daniel (CFPB) Subject: Re: you around? Honestly, I think that's kind of lame to leave it at that. It loses any sense humor that was in it.

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On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 12:09 PM, <Daniel.Geldon@do.treas.gov> wrote: > Could we talk you into just drawing from the first two stanzas? > > > *When out on K Street there arose such a clatter*

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> > *That Liz Warren leapt from her desk to see what was the matter* > > *Away to the window, she flew like a flash* > > *She looked down at the street and gave a big gasp* > >** > > *Streetlights lit up the sidewalks of snow* > > *Giving the luster of midday to objects below* > > *When what to her wondering eyes should appear* > > *But a miniature bank, and eight tiny financiers* > > > > > > -----Original Message----> From: (b) (6) > Of Brady Dennis > Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 12:05 PM > To: Geldon, Daniel (CFPB) > Subject: Re: you around? > > Here are the two parts I like best (and the parts I think would be > understandable to people and not just inside jokes) > > *When out on K Street there arose such a clatter* > > *That Liz Warren leapt from her desk to see what was the matter* > > *Away to the window, she flew like a flash* > > *She looked down at the street and gave a big gasp* > >** > > *Streetlights lit up the sidewalks of snow* > > *Giving the luster of midday to objects below* > > *When what to her wondering eyes should appear* > > *But a miniature bank, and eight tiny financiers* > >** > > *With a little old manager, lively and neat* > > *She knew in a minute he must be Wall Street* > > *More rapid than eagles his proposals they came*

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> > *He whistled and shouted out by name* > > *"Now mortgages, now overdraft, now payday loans* > > *On debt collectors, on creditors, on foreclosed homes* > > *To the banked and the unbanked, to the big and the small,* > > *Now simplify, simplify, simplify all!".....* > >* >* > > *.....*She heard someone knocking and jumped out of her shoes > > As she gathered herself and was turning around > > Into the room, Wall Street came with a bound > > > > He was dressed all in pinstripes from his head to his toes > > And his pockets were stuffed with silver and gold > > He didn't waste a minute before stating quite bold > > That helping consumers was his primary goal (lots of laughter) > > Warren raised her eyebrows and she said, "You can join, > > We need all the help we can get from here to Des Moines" > > > Not sure if I'd have room for all of that, but hopefully some portion of > the > above. > > On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 12:01 PM, <Daniel.Geldon@do.treas.gov> wrote: > > > Any chance you could tell me what of this you want to use and then I can > > confirm rather than clearing the whole thing? >> >> > > -----Original Message----> > From: (b) (6) On Behalf > > Of Brady Dennis > > Sent: Friday, December 17, 2010 12:01 PM > > To: Geldon, Daniel (CFPB) > > Subject: Re: you around? >> > > Here's the poem as transcribed from my tape. There's obviously some > missed > > words here or there. Won't print the whole thing but whatever verse we > use,

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> > wanted to make sure it's right: >> >> >> > > Twas the night before transfer and all through DC >> > > Not a banker was stirring, not even J.P. ("that's Morgan") >> > > ..had been hired and lawyers to spare >> > > Examiners and analysts all had their chairs >> >> >> > > The interns were nestled all snug in their beds >> > > While visions of paying jobs danced in their heads >> > > And human capital with their payroll in hand >> > > Had just come up with a long term hiring plan >> >> >> > > When out on K Street there arose such a clatter >> > > That Liz Warren leapt from her desk to see what was the matter >> > > Away to the window, she flew like a flash >> > > She looked down at the street and gave a big gasp >> >> >> > > Streetlights lit up the sidewalks of snow >> > > Giving the luster of midday to objects below >> > > When what to her wondering eyes should appear >> > > But a miniature bank, and eight tiny financiers >> >> >> > > With a little old manager, lively and neat >> > > She knew in a minute he must be Wall Street >> > > More rapid than eagles his proposals they came >> > > He whistled and shouted out by name >> > > Now mortgages, now overdraft, now payday loans >> > > On debt collectors, on creditors, on foreclosed homes >>

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> > To the banked and the unbanked, to the big and the small >> > > Now simplify, simplify, simplify all (8:24) >> >> >> > > As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly >> > > When they meet with an obstacle mount to the sky >> > > So up to Warren's ears, the words as they formed >> > > Gave her the hope of major reform >> > > Just as she started to take stock of this news >> > > She heard someone knocking and jumped out of her shoes >> > > As she gathered herself and was turning around >> > > Into the room, Wall Street came with a bound >> >> >> > > He was dressed all in pinstripes from his head to his toes >> > > And his pockets were stuffed with silver and gold >> > > He didn't waste a minute before stating quite bold >> > > That helping consumers was his primary goal (lots of laughter) >> > > Warren raised her eyebrows and she said, "You can join, >> > > We need all the help we can get from here to Des Moines" >> >> >> > > She added, "I didn't just fall off the turnip truck, >> > > We're here for families, not to make a quick buck" >> > > He nodded, he smiled and said, "I brought friends" >> > > And into the room marched credit unions >> > > Then came student lenders, and then the small banks >> > > All eager to help implement Dodd-Frank >> > > The markets held fair, the contracts so clear >> > > Warren knew in a minute there was nothing to fear >> > > Together they worked with state regulators and AGs >>

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