i thought the elevator rider in his contract was due to his ego......

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    But this may be why he wanted that in his contract. This was in 1999 in his building
     
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    I can't image that. Poor guy.
     
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    Wow!
     
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    No piles of shit, no wet spots from piss. How can someone go 40+ hours and not do any of those things? You sure this is real?
     
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    I remember working there, no one other than howard could use the frieght elevator. Not the CEO's or any celebrities. The building hated it but it happened anyway. At krock howie used to ride the normal elevators with the rest of us.
     
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    Couldn't get passed that annoying bonging sound. Sorry.
     
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    From what i heard the guy worked for Business Week magazine which used to be published by mcgraw hill. If i remember correctly Sirius had floors 36 thru 38 then morgan stanley had 39 and 40 and mcgraw hill had 41 to the top(50 or 51 iirc)

    Business week has since been sold to Bloomberg and moved to Lexington ave. Morgan Stanley moved downtown and i think NBC replaced them both
     
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