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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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January 2, 2003
Mieszkowski & Manjoo
Total Commercialization Awareness! Al-Qaida online, Slashdot sells out and Yellowstone National Park gets renamed: Salon's top 10 technology and business predictions for 2003. mark for My Articles
January 1, 2003
Tom Wailgum
A Q&A with Santa's CIO You think you have supply chain headaches? Try being Hermey Elfin for a day. mark for My Articles
December 11, 2002
Ian Rothkerch
Off to see the Izzard Cross-dressing comedian Eddie Izzard on big breaks, serious roles and talking crap. mark for My Articles
December 9, 2002
Sheri Zollinger
R is for rabid (Satire) Liberals are poopie-heads! and other lessons for the children of far-right-thinking adults in Ann Coulter's new kids book, "I Know You Are but What Am I." mark for My Articles
November 28, 2002
Mark Fiore
Total information awareness Cartoon: Thanks to the Total Information Awareness program, you will never again wonder who's bugging your telephone! mark for My Articles
Sports Illustrated
November 27, 2002
Rick Reilly
The Guns of Augusta A humorous look at Augusta protests. mark for My Articles
October 21, 2002
Katharine Mieszkowski
Dilbert's a weasel and so are you The dot-com bubble was tough for cartoonist Scott Adams. But now that things suck again, it's boom time once more for disillusioned cubicle droids. mark for My Articles
October 11, 2002
Arianna Huffington
Corporate restitution: Must CEO TV Humorous suggestions for reality TV shows featuring corporate criminals facing the employees they have caused to suffer. mark for My Articles
October 2002
Stephanie Pearson
The Wildest File 100-percent-real Wild File queries that left us asking: What? mark for My Articles
September 30, 2002
Dennis Drabelle
Dogpatch confidential Al Capp, the creator of "Li'l Abner," one of America's greatest comic strips, brilliantly combined comedy and commentary, until he lost it over the '60s counterculture and championed Nixon. mark for My Articles
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