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You pay peanuts, you get monkeys!

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"Thank you for calling the Financial Services Authority. You're call is important to us..." etc...etc...

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Scientist 1: "If we were to leave this bunch of monkeys in this room for a million years, they would type up the entire works of Shakespeare"

Scientist 2: "Well, sir, they managed to type up Gordon Brown's fiscal policy in two days. We emailed it to him earlier."

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Ive got a great idea. Lets give mortgages to people who couldnt possibly pay them back and create the

biggest housing bubble in history.

Whats the worse that could happen?

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Outsourcing IT to India is soooo last-years-thing. Too expensive in recessionary times, so we're hiring new staff to replace them.

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