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The Wall Street Journal has a sense of humour

<![CDATA[A post on the WSJ blog (which is running on WordPress incidentally) actually references an article on the Onion. The Onion by the way is a satirical online newspaper type thingy that I never thought a serious journalistic endeavour would talk about.

The WSJ points out that it’s “hard to write satire, but it’s even harder to write satire about corporate taxes”.

In fact it’s so good that I might even read despite the fact that I understand alarmingly little about what it’s talking about. Another post talks about some bankrupty meeting in New York:

“The California utility, which filed for bankruptcy at the end of December, only served ice water; last year’s Delta meeting featured coffee and soda (did Delta borrow from its airplane beverage carts?).”

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