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May 15, 2009 at 11:59 AM

This week’s haiku poll and contest

Because the dismal science shouldn’t be so dismal, here’s this week’s Econ Haiku lineup. Vote for your favorites, and write your own in the comments section. The contenders:

Vote for your favorite haiku of the week(polls)

Monday:

Tougher anti-trust

May be coming down the pike

But not to the banks

Tuesday:

Not to sound too slick

But rising cost of black gold

Could choke off green shoots

Wednesday:

Intel’s record fine

Shows anti-trust in action

Chip, meet the shoulder

Thursday:

Drug wars and swine flu

Mexico’s next tragedy

A credit rate cut

Friday:

To Ram changes through

Chrysler needs bankruptcy court.

Now to save what’s left…

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