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Magazine articles on comedians, satire, cartoons, and bizarre stories.
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Ryan Murphy
The Ultimate Male Remote Control Based off of the premise of Adam Sandler's Click, here are some remote control functions we'd like to see. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
October 6, 2006
Cheesy Awards This year's Ig Nobel awards -- a spoof on the Nobel prizes -- have highlighted the importance, or otherwise, of cheese-related research. mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
September 28, 2006
S.J. Caplan
Hypocrisy at Hewlett-Packard A satirical look at the pretexting scandal at HP. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
August 31, 2006
Jeffrey Boswell
NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 24 Ten fictional quotes about NASCAR. mark for My Articles
PC Magazine
August 16, 2006
Don Willmott
Abort, Retry, Fail (v25n15) Humorous advertisements found in advertising and print. mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
August 9, 2006
Selena Maranjian
Weird Financial News Here's a brief recap of some weird financial news: A library in the Netherlands, for example, is renting out? people... A check was written on a door that was then dropped on the recipient... etc. mark for My Articles
PC Magazine
August 2, 2006
Don Willmott
Abort, Retry, Fail Comical ads and slogans. mark for My Articles
August 2006
Peter Bagge
Beware the Brown Peril The Truth Behind the Job-Stealing, Disease-Carrying, Terrorist Invasion From the South! A satirical socio-political cartoon commenting on America's immigration issues. mark for My Articles
Sports Central
July 26, 2006
Alvin Chang
Re-Draft, Playball in Five Years While reading through the ancient baseball scrolls hidden away between the steroid testing results of Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, Bud Selig makes a discovery. mark for My Articles
August 2006
Colbert & Hockenberry
Be an Expert on Anything Former comedic analyst of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, gives advice on how to make people think you are an expert on any topic. mark for My Articles
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