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Money Still Talks But Bullshdarn No Longer Walks
 

In a stunning reversal, Bullshdarn has ended its long-standing policy of walking.

Reached for comment by bullshdarn journalists, a bullshdarn spokesman said, "At this point, it is unclear exactly what will do the walking from now on, but it definitely will not be Bullshdarn."

As a result, bullshdarn corporate executives everywhere are scrambling to cope with these unanticipated developments, as are bullshdarn accounting firms. A major restructuring effort is expected in coming weeks.

The effect on bullshdarn stock market analysts is, as yet, unknown.

Bullshdarn attorneys have also been forced to reevaluate their positions, although they expect a somewhat smoother transition. And bullshdarn politicians are expected to adapt immediately.

Bullshdarn, which has not yet decided to talk, was unavailable for comment.

 

 

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