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  • New! – Your Sunday Evening Under the Radar Haiku April Surprise

    Posted by Jonathan on April 15th, 2018 (All posts by )

    I didn't do it I swear

    It was no accident, comrade.

     
     
    Libertarians:
    Great ideas, principles;
    Socially clueless.
     
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    Vegetarians:
    Like atheists and swingers,
    Tend narcissistic.
     

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    On CNBC
    Stocks down by fifty percent
    Are rated “strong buy”.
     
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    Your electric car
    Ran down my fake service dog.
    It’s complicated.
     
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    Internet biz tools:
    Too often designed by kids,
    With stupid features.
     
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    Your Uber driver:
    Doctor from Venezuela.
    History repeats.
     
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    Feel free to add your own contributions in the comments.
     

     

    4 Responses to “New! – Your Sunday Evening Under the Radar Haiku April Surprise”

    1. Ginny Says:

      Thanks Jonathan – these were great. And in ten years will it be a South African?

    2. Lexington Green Says:

      Quit using Facebook,
      and and you’ll get in fewer
      pointless arguments.

      Adolescent kid
      Weeping hysterical fit
      Can’t find gym t-shirt

      Victorian and
      Edwardian era books
      Are what I like best

    3. Rich Rostrom Says:

      On CNBC
      Stocks down by fifty percent
      Are rated “strong buy”.

      which makes sense. “Buy low, sell high”, right?

      Not all depressed stocks are actual bargains, nor all elevated stocks overpriced. But that’s generally where to start looking.

    4. Grurray Says:

      No way to decide
      If today will develop
      Same as yesterday

      As long as we cling
      To guns, religion, and gold
      We’ll see tomorrow