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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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The Motley Fool
May 10, 2005
Tim Beyers
How to Make $40,000 in a Day A satirical look at how HP's former CEO Carly Fiorina parlayed a mixed track record leading HP into a new gig where she'll be paid at least $40,000 a pop to speak about leadership, competitiveness, and other topics. mark for My Articles
May 2005
Adam Hanft
A Message to My BlackBerry A satirical note on the obsessive use of this device. mark for My Articles
Ryan Murphy
9 Of The Most Overrated Things Of All Time A humorous and jaded look at overrated products, personalities and phenomena. mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
May 9, 2005
Dayana Yochim
Who Wants Your Stinkin' Identity? Sorry 'bout that, I seem to have misplaced your credit file. It's around here somewhere. Identity theft: What a hoot! This author looks for the silver lining under the dark cloud of credit thievery. mark for My Articles
Registered Rep.
May 1, 2005
It's Come to This An ironic look at job hunting in the financial field. mark for My Articles
Fast Company
May 2005
Ryan Underwood
Office Handbook Chapter 44: Diversity. A satirical set of guidelines for workplace diversity.l mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
April 21, 2005
Rick Aristotle Munarriz
Five Great Stock Pickup Lines Let's tweak five of the cheesiest pickup lines for our analytical merriment. You won't believe the amazing companies you can hook up with if you know the right questions to break the ice. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
April 14, 2005
Jeffrey Boswell
NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 6 A satirical collection of fictional quotes from NASCAR drivers. mark for My Articles
Registered Rep.
April 1, 2005
Kristen French
Advisor as Artist The saffron-colored "Gates" erected in New York's Central Park by the artist Christo was recently cut down to size, literally, by 50-year-old Geoff "Hargo" Hargadon, a UBS broker. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
April 5, 2005
Jeffrey Boswell
Predicting the 2005 Masters A facetious look at the 2005 Masters. mark for My Articles
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