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  • SNL Bailout video skit

    I could not verify this on Snopes

    "Apparently, SNL did a Bailout skit, which has created
    some incredible problems for NBC.

    They have pulled the video, and apparently gone after
    anyone who put the video out there, because the video has
    all but disappeared off the Internet.

    It was up on multiple sites and virtually all the
    copies are gone now.

    (Although there are a few new thoroughly-edited
    copies on the net.)

    Now how much power would you have to pull something
    from the entire Internet?

    The link is to a copy of the ORIGINAL, uncut version.
    This appears to be the ONLY original copy still out there."

    http://msunderestimated.com/SNLBailoutSkit.wmv

  • #2
    They talked about this on NPR this morning. The SNL skit joked that the reorganization plans from GM & Chrysler would be to take billions in November and then the next step would be to take additional billions in January followed by even more billions of dollars in June.

    Other than being off by one month, SNL was pretty dead on.

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    • #3
      Re: SNL Bailout video skit

      Originally posted by Jack Slocombe
      I could not verify this on Snopes

      "Apparently, SNL did a Bailout skit, which has created
      some incredible problems for NBC.

      They have pulled the video, and apparently gone after
      anyone who put the video out there, because the video has
      all but disappeared off the Internet.
      Really?

      http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/ ... ut/727521/

      Only the part with the husband/wife mortgage securities brokers was clipped - probably because of the line "they should be shot".

      The Soros bit was priceless.
      There are no strings on me

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      • #4
        Re: SNL Bailout video skit

        Originally posted by guru
        The Soros bit was priceless.
        It was. So was Barney Frank. I loved the trailer on the screen for Soros, "Owner, Democratic Party"

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