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What’s In Your Wallet?

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The Wallet at the Wall Street Journal has been doing a series videotaping a look into well-known, and not-so-well-known, people’s wallets. They’re all pretty brief videos, the longest at only 2 minutes (most are around 30 seconds), and they give you a personal glimpse into someone’s life that you otherwise wouldn’t have. I’ve embedded two below, after the jump, and linked to the rest they’ve done. They’re fun to watch.


Here are the two I liked the most:

Will Shortz & Maki Kaji

Will Shortz has edited the New York Times’ crossword puzzle since 1993 and Maki Kaji is the “godfather of Sudoku.”

Weser Dorjee

Weser Dorjee is an apple vendor in the financial district and he has two wallets.

Some others:

So, what’s in your wallet?

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One Response to “What’s In Your Wallet?”

  1. Kinda cute. I remember seeing Becky Quick’s interview with Warren Buffet of CNBC and he pulled out his charter membership “gold” card for McDonald’s. Can you imagine? The richest man in the world having a card that’s entitles him to a free pass at McDonald’s

    What’s in your wallet?


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