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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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December 30, 2005
Best of 2005: It's a Jungle in Here A humorous look at a typical office. mark for My Articles
December 29, 2005
Best of 2005: Psychic Link A Los Angeles-based psychic will conduct a psychic reading entirely over instant messenger. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
December 18, 2005
Greg Wyshynski
Booze, Basketball, and Biz Markie A comical story about the author and his girlfriend going to a basketball game and sitting in the expensive lower level seats. mark for My Articles
December 2005
Peter Bagge
Amtrak Sucks! A satirical cartoon strip: Traveling Soviet Style Aboard America's $30,000,000,000.00 Nostalgia Toy mark for My Articles
December 19, 2005
Jon Fine
You Read It Here First -- And Last Sarcastic media stories you won't read in 2006: Moving boldly to remake its nightly newscasts, CBS News today made the surprise announcement... A Purdue University student was hospitalized with a concussion after attempting to load a Sony BMG music CD... etc. mark for My Articles
December 1, 2005
Marshall Lager
CRM the Santa Way A humorous, but accurate look at bringing CRM to the North Pole: ERP (elf resource planning). mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
November 15, 2005
Dayana Yochim
The Letter Your Bank Will Never Send "This year has been a rousing financial success for us. Vice-versa, too, we hope." The author satirically pens the holiday letter you'll never get from your financial institution. mark for My Articles
Registered Rep.
November 1, 2005
John Churchill
Sufferin' Taxpayer Blues Whether you're looking for a seasonally appropriate gag gift for a client, or just a way to drive someone completely nuts on a long road trip, check out Ruby Tunes' Taxpayer Blues. mark for My Articles
November 2, 2005
World Party Bruce Eric Kaplan, whose cartoons appear regularly in The New Yorker, pens a mordant, hilarious and perceptive little book in which a quiet Brooklyn couple plans a party and invites everyone in the world -- and they all show up. mark for My Articles
November 1, 2005
Marshall Lager
Thanks for the Ammo In light of the Thanksgiving holiday, this author tells in sarcastically funny parables why he is thankful for CRM. mark for My Articles
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