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Carnival of Satire (#111)

Carnival of Satire (#111)This edition has it all — fractured fairy tales, musical numbers, and zombies! Say, did you want brains with that?

Apparently, The Skwib has been skewing State-side, so Ann Winter at Mythshifter has put together this brilliant Folkrap, remix: Mollie Whuppie as Tony Blair to help get more UK in our yuks.

It is winter. Some of us are doing our taxes. And Madeleine Begun Kane wonders if only the peons have to pay them. On this topic, Super Saver has some great ideas for How President Obama Can Help Pay for the Stimulus Plan.

Hmm. Perhaps Mythshifter is correct, and The Skwib is a little too biased to US news. Here is an important PSA from Canadian Fermentation explaining the Canadian hockey fight (using amoebas to demonstrate.)

In tech news, Beth has this important development: Toilet Paper goes digital .

How to survive the Zombie apocalypseYou may have missed the recent zombie-related happenings. Tim Abbott presents That is So Wrong!, in which he reinvents several classics with zombies.

David Aulick explains that Chris Brown Thought Rihanna Was A Zombie..

In US politics — there’s that Yankee bias again — Alexander Woods presents Barack Obama: Hopeless, Reckless, and Jacketless, and DWSUWF presents State of the Union – The Musical! “Chicago” Edition.

Christopher Khawand brings this note of concern to our attention: Mounting Dish Crisis Causes a Stink.

Joshua Payne has more worrying news about the Wiki-pocalypse! .

And in our non-satire slot, Heather B Jones tells all about Las Vegas in the Dance Of The Table Vulture.

And that’s it for the 111th edition. 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. Thanks to Nickel Media for the fast food zombie and to Darth Abraham for the instructional poster.


  1. I’m loving the Carnival of Satire – my home away from home on the web! Good to see you’re now representing us Brits – your poor cousins over here in Europe. Meanwhile I’ll keep the humour coming at http://www.mythshifter.com. Check out the latest post on my 10 best “alternative” lyricists – vote for your favourites and add some more!

    Ann aka The Lady Brightside (you’re looking at it)


  2. Thanks for having my article on the 111th edition of COS!

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