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Dating a Banker Anonymous is a blog started by two friends whose relationships with their FBFs (Finance guy Boyfriend) went down with the Wall Street reports.
So they started a blog: "Dating A Banker Anonymous (DABA) is a safe place where women can come together – free from the scrutiny of feminists– and share their tearful tales of how the mortgage meltdown has affected their relationships." So if you want to see how some people are REALLY suffering from the economic crisis, go visit them at: The world is gone mad.
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It was billed as a blog and support group for Wall Street's saddest cases: the once pampered young women forced to adjust to life without bottle service, Bergdorf Goodman accounts and boom-time sex—the collateral damage caused by thousands of points vanishing in a blink from the Dow.What pisses me off is that the New York Times, THE paper of record and one of the most "respected" news sources in the world, reported on this site as though it is real. The Times knows the power of its words and I'm disappointed that they didn't check this out more thoroughly. As the NPR column says, sometimes you just get a feeling.The first question any reporter writing about the Internet should ask is, "Is this real?1, a 28-year-old private wealth manager, stopped playing golf, once his passion.�One of his best friends told me that my job is now to keep him calm and keep him from dying at the age of 35,� Ms. �It�s not what I signed up for.�Dawn Spinner Davis, DABA Girl and Sad Symbol of Our Times Yesterday Dawn Spinner Davis came out as one of the " Dating a Banker Anonymous" girls. She is the living, breathing, complaining embodiment of the end of the gilded age. " is written by a banker's "other woman," and one of the comments on that post is from someone calling herself "Angry Wife" who thinks she's found her husband's mistress. These guys deserve the shrill harpies they've married. The wives are playing their roles as glamorous fuck toys.