I don’t believe it.

According to this report on Foliomag.com, fewer magazines will have folded by the end of the year than expected. Small comfort to those who have lost their jobs.

An amusing bit on Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me this weekend. I’m paraphrasing but the gist of it was that with the Dow returning to the 10,000 mark, Wall Street will proably go back to their absurd bonus structure, and 9.8 percent of the workforce are enjoying an extended vacation.

It was funnier when Peter Sagal said it.


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