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Diversions: Goldman Sachs says no more s***** expletives in emails

By Sakina Rangwala

1. 34,000 Goldman Sachs employees are now banned from using an array of curse words on email. Under the new directive, typing out "s------ deal"--the phrase used to describe a now infamous mortgage deal that came up at a Capitol Hill hearing in April--is no longer allowed.

2. Ivy Bean, the oldest person on Twitter, dies.

3. The seven key masters to the Internet: If the world were to end and
the Internet needed to be brought back to life, these are the people
who could do it.

4. America's freight railway system is one of the best in the world, but developments in high speed passenger railroads could ruin it.

By Sakina Rangwala  |  July 29, 2010; 11:31 AM ET
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In a related directive, Goldman Sachs reminded employees that raping the American taxpayer and profiting from the practice is still acceptable corporate policy.

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