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The Carnival of Satire (#64)

The Carnival of SatireWelcome to the carnival. There are so many posts this week, we’ll just get right to it. We hope you enjoy!

Ahistoricality has a pair of +2 Boots of Satire that led to finding: Scholars & Students: A Compendium of Professorial Magic and this new take on Snow White: The anti-princess.

Chris Dolley has a new (and adorable) Nigerian email scam: I am Fluffy.

Montag presents The Case Against Iran. Warning: post may contain some Jar Jar Binks.

Drew Cline has sad news with America’s homeless mourn Barbaro.

The Scratching Post picks up a news item that we missed from the State of the Union address: Bauxite Independence!

Will Chen has notes on Bruce Campbell: “A” Level Advice From a B Movie Actor.

Avant News presents Ford Motor Company Preemptively Recalls 6.1 Million 2011 Models.

Jarod Kearney has Dark Ages satire with his Top Ten Reasons to Siege a Castle.

Bile, Snark, and Sneer presents A bad President is like a box of chocolates..

Empress Kukka-Maria presents I Still Haven’t Found the Comments I’m Looking For.

Iron Cook serves up tech news: iPhone Eat Your Heart Out!.

Thought 4 the Day presents Celebrity Friday.

TekTak F. Mechanoid presents Point/Counterpoint- Hollywood & The Enemy.

Vox Poplar presents News Too Important To Ignore.

And to finish up the carnival this week, Craig Harper has suggestions for how to deal with close talkers in Motivational Speaker.

Thanks to everyone for submitting their satire, and thanks to these fine folks for helping us with webby-stuff: the Blog Carnival for their form; and the listings at the Ubercarnival, and at the Blog Carnival too.

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