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Carnival of Satire (#89)

The Carnival of Satire (#89) -- nun with gas maskOur findings this week are definitely on the religious side, though oddly non-conservative as well. Or not, we’ll let you decide:

Rickey Henderson kicks things off this week with fourteen Commandments of Blogging. Moses only needed ten, but then, he was merely starting a religion.

Madeleine Begun Kane returns to the carnival with a limerick (and video rendering of): My Family Needs Me.

Ian Welsh at The Agonist has done the research, and has a definitive answer on what Conservatives Spend Their Time Thinking About. Heh.

The question is: do neo-conservatives worry about the Apocalypse on the radio?. gary vasey has insight. And a punchline.

Of course, that never would have happened at the St. Mary’s School for Boys with Evil Tendencies (and Boxing Ring).

Steve Sham presents a few theories on the genesis of the term: “Black Friday”.

200motels presents The Latest News From France. Warning: definitely not safe for work, and potentially harmful to your libido, lunch and sanity. You have been warned.

KCLau presents the schematics for The ‘Never-be-Stolen’ Handbag.

Madeleine Begun Kane also writes snarky advice: Ms. Legal Person Answers Your Holiday Questions.

Kneon presents Do you have a fear of clowns? If not, Korpso the Evil Clown just might do the trick!.

While not technically satire, Scott H has some useful advice for the freshman year and includes a link to this YouTube video about the walk of shame.

Black Zedd has a satirical “about me” for his fictitious CEO of a marketing consultant company What About Me?

Simon presents Does anybody speak girl?.

And to finish, we have a very funny audio presentation:
Stephen Joseph has a truly disturbing and sometimes hilarious Guided Meditation Tape worthy of something Dr. Tundra might record after his traditional peyote breakfast milkshake.

And that’s it for this edition! If we’ve included your post, thanks, and please consider throwing The Skwib a link or a trackback. Otherwise, Sister Mary Trenchbroom (pictured above) may come calling. If you have some satire to share, please consider submitting next time. Thanks to these fine folks for helping us with webby-stuff: the Blog Carnival for their form; and the listings at the Ubercarnival, humor-blogs for including this nonsense, and the fine folks at the Blog Carnival too.

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