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April 24, 2009 at 11:55 AM

Econ par-tay! This week’s haiku poll and contest

 

What’s your favorite Econ Haiku this week?(answers)

Because the dismal science shouldn’t be so dismal, place your vote in this week’s favorite. And in the comments section, write your own. The contenders:

Monday:

BofA, Merrill

Two drunks hold each other up?

Their bender, our cash

Tuesday:

Geithner testifies

He’ll let the banks pay us back

(With our higher fees)

Wednesday:

They’re crying Yahoo!

On Microsoft deal rumors

And MS gets what?

Thursday:

Waiting for Godot?

Oh, we’re waiting for earnings

Tragicomedy

Friday:

Could have been much worse

So the Street loves Microsoft

Balmer for their pain

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