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Grade school all over again

Andy Brown
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News.com has a pretty funny story up, in which the writers sum up the past year in haiku. It probably says a lot that the story was posted at 4:00 in the morning; methinks the CNET staffers are starting the New Year’s party a little early this year. My personal favorite:

Oyster blue dress shirts
“Rollout!” “Synergy!” “Turn-key!”
Wish I had a job

If you’re interested in reading more of this, umm, art, you can check it out here. If you’re feeling artistic yourself (or if you’ve already started your New Year’s partying), feel free to post a comment with your own haiku.

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