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June 19, 2009 at 12:01 PM

From foxes in hen houses to Amazon flooding Carolina — the weekly haiku poll

Did you hear the one about Goldman Sachs’ CEO Lloyd Blankfein saying, “While we regret that we participated in the market euphoria…” If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry. So vote for your favorite Econ Haiku of the week. Or write your own in the comments section.

What’s your favorite haiku?(opinion)

The contenders:

Monday:

Tim and Larry’s rules

To make sure that fox is safe

Guarding the hen house

Tuesday:

Aircraft giants hope

That we’ll always have Paris

Just no Dream flight yet

Wednesday:

Four firms win the feds’

Contract for next-gen nuke plants

They must be glowing

Thursday:

Better be good boots

Because now Eddie faces

The climb of his life

Friday:

North Carolina

Eyes a tax for online sales

Amazon threats flow

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