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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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September 16, 2003
Interview: Colin Quinn After a stint as a writer on Saturday Night Live, Colin Quinn emerged as the anchor for "Weekend Update" from 1998 to 2000. After leaving the sketch comedy show, Quinn joined Comedy Central's lineup as host of Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
September 2003
Ryan Underwood
Office Handbook Chapter 32: Workplace swearing mark for My Articles
Registered Rep.
June 18, 2003
Nigel Goodman
The Rap on Brokerage Houses Just when you thought competition in the world of finance could not get any steeper, "Wu-Tang Financial" is in da house. mark for My Articles
June 2003
Jacob Sullum
Studied Stupidity: Respect to Da Ali G Show Studied stupidity is the essence of Da Ali G Show, the new HBO series created by the British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. Cohen specializes in pushing people's credulousness, politeness, and patience to the limit. Sometimes the results make you squirm. mark for My Articles
Sports Illustrated
May 21, 2003
Takin' His Whuppin' like a Man Amusing piece about Annika Sorenstam's PGA debut. mark for My Articles
PC World
April 2003
Stephen Manes
Now Playing on Your Computer: Reality! With PCs, truth is stranger than fiction. And dumber. mark for My Articles
Registered Rep.
February 1, 2003
John Kador
Somewhere in a Parallel Universe Last December, when Paul O'Neill resigned as treasury secretary, the rumor mill churned out a number of potential nominees -- including one Charles Schwab. What would Schwab have done? Here, then, is a report from Secretary Schwab's first press conference -- that never happened. mark for My Articles
February 2003
Peter Bagge
Comic When Libertarians gather mark for My Articles
January 29, 2003
Weasels Abound in Scott Adams' Latest `Dilbert' Book We have gone from focusing on the CEO as master of the universe to the CEO as crook. What lies ahead? Judging by the enormous popularity of Scott Adams' most recent book, Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel, our focus now is likely to be on the CEO and other top executives as weasel. mark for My Articles
January 2003
Nick Gillespie
Lenny Bruce's Real Legacy He wasn't funny. Just important. As its title makes plain, the interesting new book The Trials of Lenny Bruce: The Fall and Rise of an American Icon, by Ronald K.L. Collins and David M. Skover, traces the myriad legal troubles of arguably the most influential comedian of the past 50 years. mark for My Articles
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