Monday, March 23, 2009

Woody Allen Takes On Bernie Madoff in 'The New Yorker'

In his Shouts and Murmurs piece in this week's New Yorker, Woody tells the tales of two Madoff investors who die and are reincarnated as lobsters.

“Each month I got a statement from him,” Moscowitz ranted. “I knew such numbers looked too good to be kosher, and when I joked to him how it sounded like a Ponzi scheme he choked on his kugel. I had to do the Heimlich maneuver. Finally, after all that high living, it comes out he was a fraud and my net worth was bupkes. P.S., I had a myocardial infarction that registered at the oceanography lab in Tokyo.”

Michelle Bachmann Declares War on Washington

"I'm a foreign correspondent on enemy lines."

AIG Becomes AIU

This should solve everything. CNBC reports.

Bill Hader Spoils the Ending of 'Titanic'

From an interview with Greg Mottola and Kristen Wiig at Sundance.

Into the Twittersphere!'s SuperNews! takes on Twitter.

"You are a young, hip, tech-savvy twenty-something, and I will not have you turning into my father!"