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Scott Rothstein: "I Feel Like I Just Took Six Viagra," and Other Email Wisdom

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Here's something we learned about self-proclaimed "banker and pimp" Scott Rothstein today: He writes his emails like a total douchebag.

A civil lawsuit filed on Tuesday implicating car salesman Ted Morse in Rothstein's scheme -- which is explained at length by the South Florida Business Journal -- includes a bunch of Rothstein's emails to Morse attached as exhibits.

We thought we'd share a few, like the time Rothstein explained, in Comic Sans font, "Have I told you how much I loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeee this business.......and how much I love the color green......i feel like I just took six Viagra :-) :-) :-)."


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