National Lampoon jumps on stock swindle bandwagon

Sen. Bluto Blutarsky (I-Anarchy) was right. It wasn’t over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor.

The chief executive of National Lampoon, Daniel S. Laikin, was charged on Monday with conspiracy and securities fraud in what prosecutors said was an attempt to raise the value of the company’s stock artificially.

Best comment goes to Paul Kedrosky: There is something so deliriously surreal about the SEC catching National Lampoon’s CEO allegedly engaging in stock manipulation, while missing the Madoff case, that I hardly know what to say.

The National Lampoon being in the stock market should have tipped everyone off to the whole house-of-cards.

If Laikin is convicted will he have to go on double top-secret probation when he gets out of jail?