Since its the last day of the trading week, how about a little humor from down under?

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Clarke and Dawe: the comic duo you can bank on
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Clarke and Dawe: the comic duo you can bank on
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Broadcast: 14/03/2008
http://www.abc.net.au/australiawide/stories/2008/200803/s2190009.htm

Category: Credit, Derivatives, Economy, Video

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11 Responses to “Why Australia is Insulated From US Sub-Prime Woes”

  1. JustinTheSkeptic says:

    Humor Barry, that’s what I need today…along with a couple of bottle of pinot! Have a good holiday weekend ya-all!

  2. ComingOrGoing says:

    And from over the pond, more humour:
    http://www.youtube.com/v/br8mOmH9frE&hl=en

    It’s Credit and it’s Crunchy

  3. Drew says:

    Good example of kiwi humour.

  4. Pam says:

    LOL!!!!

    But reality only wins some time.

  5. Jack says:

    Kiwi….?????

    Ah, no, its an Australian show. Same thing to you guys right :)

  6. andy in nz says:

    Ok, one of our best exports….

    ‘Every person that migrates from NZ to Aussie raises the IQ of both countries’

    Sir Robert Muldoon, Prime Minister of New Zealand.

  7. BoozeKrooz says:

    Am I crazy or is Dylan Ratigan drunk right now on Fast Money?

  8. Drew says:

    John Clarke moved to Australia from New Zealand because he gained WAY more material to work with when he did.

    Why wasn’t Jesus born in Australia?…

  9. Mark says:

    Similar the “It’s Credit and it’s Crunchy” This skit by the Long Longs is practically clairvoyant. They mention Bear Sterns by name and foretell the recent Fed moves. It’s tragic as it is funny.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=SJ_qK4g6ntM

  10. Leisal says:

    What a delightful diversion these videos. I love British humor (makes up for the food!)