Carnival of Satire (#104)

Carnival of Satire

Sometimes, love just isn’t enough, and sometimes it leads us astray. Dereck shares a touching good-bye note to a Dear Cubicle.

Speaking of heart-felt good-byes, Madeleine Begun Kane has another kind of My “Dear John” Letter.

GrrlScientist loves dinosaurs, and was inspired by the recent unveiling of the Tarbosaurus in Japan to created this cartoon of a Vintage Blasphemy .

Sustainable Blogger believes Google has the solution to Wikichaos in: Google Knol: A return to order.

Aprameya has an elementary parody of Holmes and Watson.

Politics

Free-Ass. Press has the scoop on McCain’s breakthrough announcement of his Walking Mate.

Don, CEO of Donco, has a better solution for who to elect as the next US President in: Obama – McCain. The Choice is Clear.

But what kind of prayer would Don, CEO of Donco, leave at the Wailing Wall? Allen in Fort Worth has the actual text of Barack Obama’s Prayer At The Western Wall In Jerusalem.

Sammy Benoit presents Barack Obama’s UNPUBLISHED Energy Solutions.

Satire Patch presents A ROMAN BARACK OBAMA?

In this edition’s non-satire slot, Rickey Henderson relates the adventure of his beard in this poignant post, Farewell, Whiskers of Glory. Don’t worry, he still has the cheesy stache.

And to take us out on with a touch of the old video, GrrlScientist unearthed this gem: The Canadians Apologize to America. It may be a little old, but the sentiments remain the same:

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And that’s it for the 104th edition. I think we’ll be moving to a monthly schedule from here on out. Thanks to these fine folks for helping us with webby-stuff: the Blog Carnival for their form; and the listings at the Ubercarnival, Ferdy’s permanent floating ping festival, and for the listings at the Blog Carnival too. Also, you may find some satire here if you poke around a bit. Here too.

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One Response to Carnival of Satire (#104)

  1. Dereck Coatney August 22, 2008 at 11:32 pm #

    Hey! I get the top spot 🙂

    Appreciated, and stumbled.

    Take care