Friday, September 14, 2007

FYI

IMAGICORP is an MNC (Multi-National Conglomerate) that controls majority shareholdings in several Fortune 500 companies and media outlets.

Some of the biggest blunders in IMAGICORP history include the following:

-Dumping 4,000 tons of savagely clubbed, oil-slicked seals into a kiddie pool at a fat camp.

-Pepsi-Kona.

-One of their subsidiaries, CORNBLATT CONSTRUCTION, was contracted to build levees for the city of New Orleans.

-Mass firing of over 200,000 workers on Christmas Day. After bad publicity caused stock to plummet, Imagicorp re-hired all 200,000 workers and promoted a dying boy to Vice President. The boy died three months later with the company reporting record profits.

-Selling the Japanese directions to Pearl Harbor.

In other words, IMAGICORP is no stranger to controversy. You can read more about them, here.

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