Jeremy Blachman JEREMY BLACHMAN is a freelance writer and the author of Anonymous Lawyer (Henry Holt), a comedic novel satirizing the world of corporate law. His writing has appeared in McSweeney's, The Wall Street Journal, The New Republic, and on other Internet sites near you. Check out jeremyblachman.com for more, or follow him on Twitter @jeremyblachman.

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(based on The New York Times feature)

Sundays start early for Aristotle von Buckingham, the 32-year-old venture capitalist and professional yo-yo master.  He and his girlfriend, Madonna Luxembourg, live in the penthouse of an Upper West Side brownstone with their pet elephant, two and a half children, and a life-size statue of Zach Galifianakis.

“[This American Life] said [Mike Daisey’s] story about meeting underage workers at Foxconn… was untrue. The program says Daisey also lied about meeting a man who mangled his hand making iPads… [and] that factory guards carried guns. ‘The only people who are allowed to have guns in China are the military and police,’ [China bureau chief Rob] Schmitz said in a phone interview from Shanghai. He also doubted Daisey’s contention that he met factory workers in a Starbucks, a pricey venue assembly workers would never visit.”
Mercury News, 3/17/12