NEW LEGALLY BALD HOLIDAY: FISCAL CLIFF DAY

The Second Monday in January will now be called Fiscal Cliff Day. On that day members of Congress will draw lots. And the one whose lot is chosen shall be placed on a cliff with his or her hands tied behind their back. They will then have to stand on one foot for thirty seconds. If they fall off the Cliff, then relief from a bad economy will come early. If they stay on the Cliff, then we will have six more weeks of a bad economy.

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