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Thursday
Feb262009

The Colbert Report New Comedy Video: Bears & Balls, Company Bailout: Stephen Decides Which Failed Companies Deserve Taxpayer Bailouts. Broadcast Feb. 24

 

With all the bad news I'm trying to keep the bailout comedy coming every night.  This 5 minute video from the Colbert Report is called 'Bears & Balls-Company Bailouts'.  Several failed and currently failing companies are judged and Stephen decides who should get taxpayer bailout bucks.  Sbarro, Six Flags, Circuit City, Linens N Things, Spencer Gifts and Muzak.  For Sbarro, he recommends they cut back on expensive ingredients like tomatoes and cheese and start selling a crust pizza, topped with crust.

After the jump is a clever British video focused on the UK bailout culture called 'Laughing All The Way From The Bank' by faux reporter 'Wildly Innacurate.'  

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