Noel Sisters Had ‘Supreme Self-Confidence’

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Frontline interviewed former Fairfield Greenwich employee Sherry Cohen about our favorite feeder family, the Noels, who tells us that Monica and Walter, who met on a ski slope, were likable and "socially ambitious," whereas their daughters, were, er:


Frontline: Did you like them?

Cohen: I think that Walter and Monica are very, very likable people. I think that the next generation had supreme self-confidence, confidence that I kind of wish I would've had, except that it really got to be too much. They were sometimes arrogant. They had a tremendous sense of self-entitlement. And I wasn't the only one who thought that. And I wasn't the only one who thought that they were very, very aggressive. It was just a general aggression about going after whatever it is they want. And they really could care less whose toes they stepped on. It was all about them.

This is why it's important to be nice to the help.

Update: Also, this happened.

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