Thursday, July 09, 2009

In The News

In an effort to prove that the print media is still relevant, the front page of the USA Today featured a hard hitting investigative piece of journalism sure to win them a Pulitzer. It turns out that banks are making a lot of money on overdraft fees and other hidden fees. Shocking! When did this start, and did the USA Today have some inside men in the banking industry digging up this information?

Not to be outdone, Reuters is reporting that the French are rude and arrogant. Who would have guessed? I believe these stories, however, are just a conspiracy to try to distract the nation from the real news story - the crippling Slim Jim shortage plaguing the land. Special thanks to the anonymous source who tipped me off to this.
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