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  • danielpauldavis 7y

    What stock fraud case?
  • flammable 7y

    Here, have an iPhone. :)
  • st0fr 7y

    So was this published? What does Watterson say about it?
  • giobox 7y

    @danielpauldavis - Are you serious? Google Apple stock fraud or Apple stock option back dating scandal - it was a massive story and had two board room casualties. Apple still aren't out of the woods over it yet either.

    These are fantastic!
  • Sebastian Rodriguez 7y

    Just. Excellent.
  • Ellusion 7y

    Terrific, and spot on =)
  • wadefromnj 7y

    more, more, more
  • thegizwiz 7y

    I’d like to give credit to the writer and artist of that Calvin and Jobs satire. It was written by Jacob Lambert and drawn by Gary Hallgren. It’s from a two page spread in the current issue of MAD Magazine. It’s the Super Hero issue. Yep, the same issue that has the Sucker City Ad in it. The one that caused so much concern and then repentance from the folks at Circuit City. The Circuit City saga is here: www.gizwiz.biz.
    MADly,
    Dick De

    Dick DeBartolo
    MAD’s Maddest Writer
  • Michael Fürstenberg PRO 7y

    This was just hilarious! Hoping for more!
  • Clark K II 7y

    i KNEW it!
    it sounded (sic) so much like MAD Magazine!
    It came to my mind promptly, while reading.

    Congratulations...and regards,

    Eurico
  • Simone 7y

    Uhauhauhau :D SO BEATIFUL!!
  • zippywinds PRO 7y

    YAY LOLOLL this is pure genius :)
  • Thomas Wanhoff 7y

    would you please change the copyright to cc-by? :-)
  • Björn Bernat 7y

    Great! Keep it up!
  • Daniel Hodges 7y

    @wanhoff: Those are invariably copyright the original artists (Jacob Lambert and Gary Hallgren), if not MAD magazine, regardless of their "flickr licensing".
  • Johnny Mitchell 7y

    I'm not a Mac fan, but I have to say, these aren't that funny?
  • bernus 7y

    I remember when in this country people were admired for becoming succesful. Today, they're made fun at. "It's ok to succeed, but not too much" seems to be the mantra of the day.

    Mediocrity is back.
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