grave dancer


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grave dancer

See bottom feeder.

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Sam Zell, the Chicago real-estate mogul, has become so well-known for feasting on distressed assets that he's been called the "grave dancer." This week, Zell took the nickname to the next level: He's about to receive $70 million from a ghost.
Zell has been dubbed the "grave dancer," for his taste for distressed properties and troubled entities, such as the Tribune Company.
THIS is Lotto grave dancer Vincent Keaney enjoying a pint and a cigarette after he caused outrage with his video nasty during the week.