"JULY 5, 2006: Kenneth Lay, founder of Enron, died today of coronary failure in Aspen, Colorado. He is survived by his wife and five children, and an uncountable number of online conspiracy theories."
Honest to God, this was almost the first thing that popped into my head when I heard the news report this morning. I'm absolutely not going to cry over the man, but my life won't be any different because he died last night as opposed to twenty years from now after a long retirement stay in Club Fed. And Occam's Razor says this is probably the real thing.