Tell me about it, Mad Money Cramer! The 2,000 shares that my father gave me in Lehman Brothers went from $67 to $0 in a matter of months. Caveat emptor ("Buyer beware") is a fine doctrine, but I had no idea that Lehman was taking such risks with my money. Nor did I have any way of knowing. This is (so far this week) the worst bankruptcy in U.S. history, far worse than Enron and 15 times worse than WorldCom. If I had bet six figures on a Cowboys game, it would have been a safer bet than putting my money in the stock market. Cramer wonders why everything is melting down and no one is angry. I'M ANGRY, JIM!