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The Onion's Take on Vista (Halfway Funny)

The Onion is the epitome of American satire today. While not as side-splitting as the old National Lampoons I hid from my mother in the '70s (so she wouldn't steal them for herself), the Onion has a subtlety lost in the new generation of rude, crude, lewd and obvious humor.

In the Onion's list of the top eight Vista features, the first five are all snoozes, and the last three a hoot!

Posted by Doug Barney on February 21, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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