The accounting firm of Hwang, Lee, Chun, and Everlast manages the funds from a Swiss bank account that was first opened in the year 1259. Think that’s old? That’s nothing. The gold that was used to open the account was stored in a small strongbox that dated back ages before that. The strongbox still survives to this day, but its contents—golden crowns from Ur, coins from ancient Egypt, diamonds from the empire of Ashoka the Great—are long gone. At one time, the contents of that strongbox were worth almost a billion dollars. But then the bank used some of that money to invest in shopping malls and hedge funds and, well . . . now all that’s left is $1,007,008. Correction—after paying the accountant, Rose Everlast, all that’s left is $1,000,000. And every cent of it is going to Mack MacAvoy and the Magnificent Twelve.