The Daily Dose 10/23/2011 – Book titles cartoon and Top Ten book titles jokes

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Book titles book cover editorial cartoon and Top 10 literary prejudice jokes

“Occupy Wall Street and its offshoot movements are yet to publish a book because they believe that in order for it to be morally good, it can’t actually be written by anyone.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 book titles jokes”

10. Social Media: Don’t buy this book. Get it free from your online friends.

9. Capitalism: How to save money by not buying this book.

8. Internet: Improve your vision by reading this book printed on paper, rather than reading it on the Internet.

7. Quick Draw: The graphically illustrated guide to paintings and drawings in a non-visual format.

6. Competition: This book kicks the butt of every other book around it.
5. Haiku: This book is for you. It’s true. It’s full of haiku. You know you want to.
4. Politics: The Encyclopedia book of Honest Politicians featuring Honest Abe, and that’s pretty much it.

3. Business: Forget the Prophets. Remember the Profits.
2. Iambic Pentameter: The book that you now hold in your own hands, is not available in many lands.
… and the #1 book titles joke is:
1. Assumption: The book of things you thought you knew, but didn’t.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

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The Daily Dose 10/18/2011 – Occupy Wall Street cartoon and Top Ten banker jokes

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occupy wall street as bankers lol editorial cartoon and top ten jokes by the daily dose

#OccupyWallStreet business cartoon and Top 10 Wall Street Banker jokes

“No wonder the Occupy Wall Street protesters are as upset as they are. Have you seen the atrocious conditions they are suffering, having to wait in line to buy Starbucks coffee and sharing files through social media in publicly funded internet hot-spots.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 Wall Street Banker jokes”

10. Economy: Would you rather be outside, protesting against Wall Street Bankers, or inside, counting the money?

9. PR: The banks who were forced to accept U.S. Government bailouts, are now being accused of abusing Capitalism, which would have been impossible without abusing Socialism. Memo from the PR team: Oops.

8. Haiku: Wall Street Bankers laugh. “Occupy” protesters shout “Change things! … not so much.”

7. Irony: No wonder some Wall Street bankers love the OWS bonanza. The OccupyWallStreet movement received over $300,000 in the first month of its active protests against banks, and promptly deposited that money – for safe keeping – in a bank.

6 Iambic Pentameter: The nintey-nine percent of people care, that bankers don’t cover their derriere.
5. Fresh Meat vs. Wall Street: Politicians love a good distraction like #OccupyWallStreet. It’s like fresh meat for the masses — only you don’t have to kill any sacred cows to serve it.
4. Education: How to disestablish the institutions of the free market is not taught in Business School, because they’re owned by the Wall Street bankers.

3. Politics: If you think OccupyWallStreet is not about politics, you should see the party they’ve organized.
2. Social Media: It is a little surprising that conservative media have not yet resorted to calling friendly press coverage of the Occupy Wall Street protests “Socialist Media”.
… and the #1 Wall Street Banker joke is:
1. Business: You don’t attend a political protest like Occupy Wall Street for profit, unless you’re a savvy Wall Street banker who knows how to sell hoodies and iPads to people who claim to hate (and own tons of) branded capitalist products.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/18/occupy-wall-street-as-bankers-lol/#ixzz1b7HC963y

The Daily Dose 10/16/2011 – Business cartoon and Top Ten 99 pecent jokes

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business wal*mart and the 99 % cartoon by laughzilla for the daily dose

#OccupyWalMart business cartoon and Top 10 99% jokes

“Pity the wealthiest 1%. If the 99% get their way, the uber-rich may have to reduce the number of luxury jets they own.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 99% jokes”

10. Economy: Wall Street economists don’t understand what the 99% are complaining about. They suggest, instead, that we just assume everybody is wealthy and just managing their wealth poorly.

9. Haiku: Ninety-nine percent want what the one percent have, to be diminished.

8. PR: The 99% are scoring terrible public relations points in conservative media, because unlike the wealthiest 1%, their viewers can’t relate to the protesters.

7. Education: The 99% protesters blame the wealthiest 1% for not paying enough while the 53% pay for the unfocused demonstrators to kvetch, not to work, and ignore the math.

6 Iambic Pentameter: Ninety-nine percent has set up a tent. They’re demanding more jobs and lower rent.
5. Walton vs. Wall Street: WalMart is owned largely by Mrs. Walton, America’s wealthiest woman, who got her money the old fashioned way. She inherited it. Wall Street suggests more people in the 99% try that.
4. Irony: Less than 1% of the population is actually out there, protesting and claiming to be in the 99%.

3. Social Media: The wealthiest 1% love the 99% using social media to organize their Occupy Wall Street movement, because they own them.
2. Politics: In Washington, DC, The #OccupyKStreet movement is welcome to wait in the lobby.
… and the #1 99% joke is:
1. Business: The top 1% of the top 1% wealthiest people support the #OccupyWallStreet movement. However, the other 99% of the wealthiest people, do not.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/16/business-walmart-and-the-99-percent/#ixzz1awDQlNcN

The Daily Dose 10/15/2011 – Agri-tech farm energy business cartoon and Top Ten agri-tech jokes

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hi-tech vs. low-tech feedstock editorial cartoon by laughzilla for the daily dose

Hi-Tech vs. Low-Tech feedstock editorial cartoon and Top 10 agri-tech jokes

“You might not think farming is hi-tech, if you forget that a windbag energy farmer named former U.S. Vice President Al Gore invented the Internet.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 agri-tech jokes”

10. You can’t get a seed without a plant, and you can’t grow a plant without a seed, unless you use agri-tech to clone or hybrid a mother plant.

9. Haiku: Agri-tech business. Harvesting the energy for making money.

8. The global recession would be a lot less stressful if all those poor, unemployed Wall Street bankers would go into agri-tech and keep shoveling crap just like they’re used to.

7. Would the #OccupyWallStreet protest movement be as popular as it is, if all those angry people were busy working agri-tech jobs?

6. How differently would agri-tech have evolved if it weren’t for Darwin?
5. Politics is a lot like cattle farming: It takes a lot of bull.
4. If he worked an agri-tech job, what would Jesus do?

3. Will we colonize other planets faster if all those unemployed NASA rocket scientists switch to agri-tech careers?
2. Agri-tech is not at the leading edge of social media networking technology, because most folks don’t want to make “Friends” with another pig or cow.
… and the #1 agri-tech joke is:
1. It takes a village to raise a child, it takes a farmer to feed a village, and it takes a village to raise a barn. Out of those three, barn-raising is easier and much more fun.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/15/hi-tech-feedstock-vs-low-tech-feedstock/#ixzz1aqd2LlYf

The Daily Dose 10/14/2011 – LMFAO political cartoon and Top Ten protest movement jokes

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lmfao protest sign political cartoon by laughzilla for the daily dose

LMFAO protest sign political cartoon and Top 10 protest movement jokes

“Top 10 Protest Movement jokes”

10. Haiku: Where there’s injustice, protest movements can help change the system in time.

9. Economy: Why doesn’t some of that government bailout money just get redirected to pay protest movement participants?

8. HR: What do HR people look for in candidates whose occupation is participating in any protest movement?

7. Education: Students don’t learn to support protest movements in school. Students learn to support protest movements in spite of school.

6 Wally World vs. Wall Street: Would the #OccupyWallStreet protest movement be as significant if all the rallies were held at Wally World?
5. Iambic Pentameter: The protest movement that you want to join, is helpful if it gets you some more coin.
4. Politics: Anti-political protest movements can’t exist.

3. Social Media: If it weren’t for social media, would people like modern protest movements so much?
2. Irony: An organized protest movement for chaos.
… and the #1 Protest Movement joke is:
1. Business: Unemployment numbers would surely drop if the protest movement organizers would hire the unemployed participants to make signs saying things like “This Sign Earned Me Some Capitalist Cash.”

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/14/lmfao-protest-sign/#ixzz1aljjU9Yh

The Daily Dose 10/12/2011 – Anonymous business cartoon and Top Ten Anonymous Business jokes

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selling anonymous mask and slogan business cartoon by laughzilla for the daily dose

Corporate Anonymous business cartoon and Top 10 Anonymous Business jokes

“Fat Cat Wall Street executives love the Anonymous business occupying so much local space, because it keeps the authorities focused on the protesters and well away from big business.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 Anonymous Business jokes”

10. Wallet vs. Wall Street: You can’t #OccupyWallStreet if you’re too occupied with your wallet.

9. Education: You can’t get a degree at Wharton on managing Anonymous Business, but you can get a good Wall Street job with a Wharton degree and watch the #OccupyWallStreet protesters from your office window.

8. Politics: Just like the Tea Party, you can’t actually vote for Anonymous. And just like the Tea Party, you can buy pirate Anonoymous masks, t-shirts and bumper stickers. Campaigns are not won without trade.

7. Ethics: Would the Anonymous business model have better forecasts if they had a transparent management structure?

6 Haiku: Anonymous is like watching the Great Oz Wiz, with that big mask biz.
5. Iambic Pentameter: If you think that Anonymous is new, apparently tech news is not for you.
4. HR: It’s hard staffing the Anonymous offices. No one knows anyone who works there, especially the people that work there. And the people that do work there can’t confirm it.

3. Irony: What would the #OccupyWallStreet movement say if Anonymous business got so big, it became a large, wealthy, multi-national corporation?
2. facebook: There are a lot more anonymous users in facebook than facebook users in Anonymous.
… and the #1 Anonymous Business joke is:
1. Business: Now that #OccupyWallStreet is a budding global phenomenon partly aimed at changing corporations, corporate brand licensors are working on deals to market the Anonymous logo and slogan.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/12/selling-anonymous-mask-and-slogan/#ixzz1alhXei6q

The Daily Dose 10/10/2011 – Emotional Appeal cartoon and Top Ten Business Numbers jokes

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business numbers and emotional appeal cartoon by laughzilla for the daily dose

Business Emotional Appeal editorial cartoon and Top 10 Business Numbers jokes

“Successful businesses have strong emotional appeal with their customers, and stronger connections with their customers’ money.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 Business Numbers jokes”

10. Wallet vs. Feet: Business numbers improve when people put their wallets at work after they put their feet into motion.

9. Business: Accounting doesn’t account for everything, but what it doesn’t cover can be rounded up.

8. Politics: You may not win an election solely with business numbers, but you won’t lose points for having charisma.

7. Irony: Despite their ability to create beautiful workflow charts and spreadsheet designs, most graphic artists can keep their business numbers straight with a circle.

6 Haiku: Cold business numbers. They are the opposite of creativity.
5. HR: Recruiters often complain that the hardest part of their job is sifting through candidates by the cold business numbers, because people can’t be judged entirely by machines.
4. Iambic Pentameter: Business numbers are the stuff of records that make executives seem like shepherds.

3. Environment: If all corporations could make profits with solid business numbers and no compassion for wildlife or nature, Disney would never have made Bambi.
2. facebook: Most people can not calculate their business numbers based on the amount of facebook Friends they have but don’t really know.
… and the #1 Business Numbers joke is:
1. Education: You can teach a Harvard MBA to drink and to fish, but you can’t teach him to accept that your business numbers are better than his.

Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.

Read more: http://thedailydose.com/2011/10/10/business-numbers-and-emotional-appeal/#ixzz1aTSaotvi

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