Deck Of Shame. Financial Crisis Playing Cards.


The economy took a dive. This year, maybe you don’t take any vacation (also called “staycation”), or you cut on the number of rallies you are attending, or during Sturgis you are going to skip one or two concerts and refrain yourself from doing pit stops at all the Deadwood bars and casinos. You can still have fun at night in your Black Hills log cabin by inviting your friends for a few “financial crisis cards” games using a deck featuring the celebrities and infamous of our US economic debacle. Winning hands are: – Ace Of Spades: Bernard Madoff, the Ponzi-scheme extraordinaire. King of Spades: (Alan Greenspan (former Federal Reserve chairman)
King of Hearts: Angelo Mozilo (former CEO, Countrywide Financial, current defendant in civil fraud case for insider trading)
–King of Clubs: Richard Fuld (former CEO, Lehman Brothers)
–Ace of Diamonds: Ben Bernanke (current Federal Reserve Chairman)
–Ace of Clubs: Jim Cramer (CNBC stock jock). We can still have fun in any economy, right? Only $5.95 = shipping.  Financial Crisis Most Wanted Playing Cards


5 Responses to “Deck Of Shame. Financial Crisis Playing Cards.”

  1. 1 harry Jun 16th, 2009 at 1:45 am

    Are you sure that 52 cards is enough? There are a LOT more assholes to blame for the mess that we are in, might need at least two decks worth of cards to get all of the folks listed, just my two cents on this…

  2. 2 Hang em high Jun 22nd, 2009 at 8:32 am

    Maybe they should publish a whole SHOE of cards like Vegas does, they’ll probably need 7 complete decks to list all the crooks in DC

  3. 3 Jeff Nicklus Jun 22nd, 2009 at 12:21 pm

    I thought Obama was the Ace of Spades????? LOL

    Over & Out,


  4. 4 dragon Jun 23rd, 2009 at 4:54 am


  5. 5 Doc Jun 24th, 2009 at 9:27 am

    52 cards is just not enough – is it ?

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