You'd think that after AIG was bailed out to the tune of $85 billion by the feds, executives would be morally chastened to watch their spending. But no: During today's testimony to the House Oversight Committee, the NY Times reports that a week after the bailout, "executives at its life insurance subsidiary, AIG General, held a weeklong retreat at the exclusive St. Regis Resort in Monarch Beach, Calif. Expenses for the week, lawmakers were told, totaled $442,000, including $200,000 for hotel rooms, $150,000 for food and $23,000 in spa charges."