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The Carnival of Satire (#35)

The Carnival of SatireWelcome to The Carnival of Satire, where all your cranky irony can be vented for free. Onto the posts:

We kick things off with Madeleine Begun Kane at Mad Kane’s Notables as she gives a new depth to the phrase, cold cash in her Ode To Rep. Jefferson.

Exmonkey asks the peristalsis question we all are thinking: Why are their so many diarrhoea medicine adverts? posted at Unite By Yucca. Do yourself a favor and read the comments.

Catnabbit! has a list every feline will want to memorize in: Top Ten Threats to National Security As Seen By Cats.

Over at The Peace Moonbeam Chronicles Scooter says Goodbye Cruel World.

Amanuensis presents Spam from Darcy X posted at Catymology.

Jack Cluth at The People’s Republic of Seabrook has a rant, more than satire, in Karma can be a real &%$#@, eh??.

Somebody’s got a thesaurus! Vox Poplar Is Right About Everything & Don’t You Forget It! presents Plain Speaking from Noam Chomsky.

Centrerion Canadian Politics presents Karl Marx, Carrolyn Parrish: Quip of the Day.

Remulak MoxArgon presents In Your World: It Is Fun Being An Illegal Alien!

BiBi Cambridge presents The Needle and the Damage Done posted at High-Grade Heroine.

Tommy at Striving For Average presents Mission Impossible III

And we finish up with Miriam at miriam’s ideas says Jews don’t want to run the world any more.

As always, thanks for the satire! Remember that rants don’t rank as satire. If you’re struggling with what satire is, exactly, why not read Mark’s essay on the subject. Submit next week via this handy form, or or here; the COS is listed at the Ubercarnival, and at the Blog Carnival too.

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  1. the skwib » The Carnival of Satire (#35)

    “Welcome to The Carnival of Satire, where all your cranky irony can be vented for free.”
    Mark Rayner of the skwib presents The Carnival of Satire (#35).
    While you’re there, don’t miss Mark’s hilarious post about bloggers pondering vs. musing.

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