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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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March 1, 2001
Carina Chocano
Sing with me 'til the pain goes away The healing powers of the Eminem/Elton John-style duet are limitless. We have some ideas... mark for My Articles
March 2001
Charles Oliver
Brickbats Ohio man finds it hard to get insurance after being declared deceased... Nimby pop star Sting sues Brits using human rights law... School violence? High school baseballers pose for poster with National Guard weapons and tank... etc. mark for My Articles
February 22, 2001
Roy Blount Jr.
How bad can it be? A faith-based judicial system? Country club vouchers? A Gore voter considers a Bush future... mark for My Articles
February 20, 2001
Jack Boulware
Johnny Carson On the good nights, he was the second best thing you could do in bed -- but on his best nights, he was the best... mark for My Articles
February 2001
Charles Oliver
Brickbats Maryland's Mass Transit Administration contacts videotaped drivers... Fined for spitting sunflower seeds... etc. mark for My Articles
February 15, 2001
King Kaufman
Hollywood Hooker Pickup A few California Adventure attractions never made it past the planning stage... mark for My Articles
February 14, 2001
Carina Chocano
You don't say The 10 remarks most likely to catch your attention -- and not in a good way... mark for My Articles
Fast Company
March 2001
The Spy
Ax Falls at We folks at, despite our modest and continued success, understand that these have not been easy times for our dotcom brethren... mark for My Articles
Sports Illustrated
February 13, 2001
Phil Taylor
Extreme measures The answer to the NBA's woes? The XBA... mark for My Articles
February 7, 2001
John Grabowski
The longest tootle From Skunkbucket LeFunke to Louis Armstrong to ... Louis Armstrong, Ken Burns' 144-hour documentary gets to the bottom of jazz. (Did we mention Louis Armstrong?) mark for My Articles
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