Who Moved My Soap? by Andy Borowitz
The CEO's Guide to Surviving Prison: The Bernie Madoff Edition

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Attention, CEOs:

Finally, a book you don't have to cook!

If you're a CEO who's just been caught, this is the book you won't want to be caught without. Who Moved My Soap? The CEO's Guide to Surviving in Prison is loaded with helpful tips, including:

• How to go from "bitch" to "boss" in one week or less

• The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Prisoners

• Complete prison-slang/corporate-speak glossary

• Prison cell feng shui

• How to avoid getting back-stabbed -- literally

• The Zagat guide to fine prison dining
 

About Andy Borowitz

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Andy Borowitz is a comedian and satirist whose work appears in The New Yorker and at his award-winning website, BorowitzReport.com. He was the first-ever winner of the National Press Club’s award for humor.
 
Published August 21, 2009 by Simon & Schuster. 96 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Borowitz offers a Zagat-like guide to prison food: "Marion's detractors say the food's 'not worth getting stabbed on line for.' " The "Seven Habits of Highly Effective Prisoners" include "Begin With the End in Mind" (as in start prison riots to "empower" yourself, but blame others, so long as th...

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New Yorker and NPR humorist Borowitz, author of the stock-market populism spoof The Trillionaire Next Door, sends up both corporate criminals and business literature in this rather funny book.

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By "prison," Borowitz is not referring to the minimum security facilities where inmates spend their day tending to well-manicured lawns or reading in spotless libraries in between trips to the salad bar and conjugal visits from the Mrs. No, Borowitz is talking "prison" here, Oz territory, where t...

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That’s to say, to become a rat, although Bulger insists on using neutral terms like “strategist” and “adviser.” This comes not long after the first words in the movie, “I’m not a rat,” spoken by Bulger protégé Kevin Weeks (Jesse Plemons), as years later he unburdens himself in his turn to the FBI...

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If you’ll notice, each places a slight emphasis on differing positions and yet, stripped of particulars, all might be more or less acceptable to people from any side (one more acceptable to people right of center, another more to the left, another, I expect, splits more evenly.) The case being, ...

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Heterochromatic ?, You failed to address the curiosity question , and as a response .

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