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Saturday, December 5, 2009

Five minutes on a friday or monday (Roy Rodgers)

So its Sunday and I've spent the last 2 hours in at work trying to cattle prod the biggest most mindnumingly boring financial model to work. The only way I've been able to stay conscious is by running youtube on the second screen.

If you have five minutes spare I though you may enjoy sharing in the fruits of my youtubing.

The following tunes are mostly parodies of the GFC.

My favorite

Worth a listen

The bailout rap

Totally unrelated but nevertheless amusing ... heres a couple for the lads (theres even a mention of porters 5 forces)


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