Tuesday, July 21, 2009


ASTROBANZAI7--NASA has confirmed the discovery of a new bubble like hole the size of AIG in Jupiter’s atmosphere, apparently showing that the planet was hit by a very very very large credit default swap. The impact mark was first spotted by an astro-economist in Australia, who then drew the attention of scientists at NASA’s Quantitative Finance Laboratory to the dark blob on Jupiter’s balance sheet.

It has been proposed that the bubbly blob will be called TARPUS Goldman.

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