Congratulations to Madeleine Begun Kane for being the ONLY PERSON to send someone else’s satire to this 100th edition. And it’s a great piece, by Rickey Henderson. Strap on your dusty fedora and get ready to whip up some laughter as you peruse: A Memo from the Office of Steven R. Lawlor, CPA, to Indiana Jones .
And while you’re wiping the tears out of your eyes, check out Mad’s latest satirical limerick: George Who???.
Dem reports on the more sober Today’s the Day the Teddybears Have Their Annual Company-Wide Meeting.
Chris Cameron believes the Beatles Were Just Another Hair Band. Get ready for the hate email Chris.
C. Fraser has some Canadian satire in his continuing series on Canadian Mystery: What is Burried on Oak Island?.
El Burro is amused by the CBS Purchase of Bleeding-Edge Company CNET. Is color tele-vision to follow?.
Brent Diggs has learned why so many web designers are slightly mad as he explores The Harsh Demands of Internet Explorer.
The Whited Sepulchre presents Hillary On The Night Shift .
Thad Guy presents New Zealand & The Curse of Natural Resources
Renal Failure presents Forty ounces of denounce
And in the not satire, but it’s included category, O. Daille Nation-Ashley presents Legal Thriller Style Scam Classic: The Enron Implosion O.Daille also plays well with others, and submitted someone else’s post. You can find an amusing article written by this generous soul about the paucity of gruntled lawyers here.
And that’s it for the 100th edition. A copy of The Amadeus Net will be on the way to Mad and O.Daille for being good sports. We’ll be back to the usual..ish format in two weeks with the 101st edition. Still wondering what satire is? Someone wrote something about it once, we think. 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 and here if you explore a bit. A special thanks to macieklew for his hung-out-to-dry teddy bear pic.