Posted by wolfhound at 5/24/2009 1:23 PM EDTBill, Warren and all your very, very rich friends:Wolfie is DELIGHTED to learn from his pal Niall O'Dowd that the real reason all you rich folks met in secret was to discuss how you could give away all your money!I KNEW it was something like that! And I want you to know that I NEVER believed all that conspiracy nonsense I read on sites like www.rense.com, www.lucianne.com, www.infowars.com, www.conspiracyarchive.com, www.nypost.com and maybe a million others that I only occasionally read and/or subscribe to that suggested there was some skullduggery and evil behind the idea of all the richest people in the universe getting together in secret.Now, to the business at hand!The Wolfhound stands ready to assist you true noblemen (and you too, Oprah) in the distribution of wealth you propose, and is mindful of the fact that you guys (and you too, Oprah) don't want to draw laser beams of attention to yourselves as you move around these billions of dollars.It seems to me that the BEST way of starting this massive philanthropic effort is to find a conduit (this is NOT money-laundering!) for all these funds, so that when it arrives at orphanages, soup kitchens, "residences" for the criminally insane and of course, the Archdiocese of Dublin LLC, that it will not be traceable to any of you gentlemen (and you too, Oprah) and all your support can be received cloaked in the generous anonymity you desire.For the benefit of the poor and misbegotten, you may begin making deposits (either by installment or the much, much, much-better lump sum method) to this virtually unknown foundation:The Wolfhound Legitimate Poor-Helpers Fundc/o Cayman Islands Legitimate BankLegitimate Account WH9598Cayman Islands, NY 10001(Ask for "Anthony")In total support of charity like all of you fine men (and you too, Oprah), I remain,Your loyal and legitimate servant,THE WOLFHOUND
Concern Worldwide US has been awarded a five-year, $41 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for mother-and-child health programs.
The organization is headed up by chairman Tom Moran who is also the chairman, president and CEO of Mutual of America.
Moran, an extremely popular Irish American success story he has seen first-hand the great work which Concern does in countries from Haiti to East Timor.
<p>WHEN Warren Buffet, Bill Gates and Jack Welch appear on the front cover praising your book, you know you have a winner on your hands.<p>The book is called The Ten Commandments for Business Failure, and when the author of the book is Donald R. Keough, former president of the Coca-Cola Company and now chairman of investment bank Allen and Company, we should not be surprised.