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  • You could hear the greed in his voice, like Scrooge McDuck thinking about his money bin.

    Crossed

  • Like it's Always Sunny in Philadelphia lead-in, The League revels in wrongness, and also like Sunny, it gets it right by being across-the-board foul and hands-down hilarious, tossing in gags about everything from The Bachelor to Algerian soap operas to Scrooge McDuck.

    Watercooler: Are You in League With FX's Raunch-Com?

  • If Scrooge McDuck forgoes a private jet so his nephew Huey can have a private jet 20 years from now, we get 20 years of additional production from the factories that can be built in the interim.

    How the Death Tax Hurts the Poor

  • You could hear the greed in his voice, like Scrooge McDuck thinking about his money bin.

    Crossed

  • Imagine Scrooge McDuck himself, a lampoon of that other satirical holiday Dickensian favorite, Ebenezer diving into his glorious gold-coined hoard, and you're not too far off: the Federal Reserve reported that as of this March, nonfinancial American corporations were sitting on $1.85 trillion in cash and other liquid assets, a 26% increase over 2009.

    Katy Welter: Small Business Saturday Makes Economic Sense

  • Imagine Scrooge McDuck himself, a lampoon of that other satirical holiday Dickensian favorite, Ebenezer diving into his glorious gold-coined hoard, and you're not too far off: the Federal Reserve reported that as of this March, nonfinancial American corporations were sitting on $1.85 trillion in cash and other liquid assets, a 26% increase over 2009.

    Katy Welter: Small Business Saturday Makes Economic Sense

  • There was Mickey's Christmas Carol in 1983, a hand-drawn version with Scrooge McDuck as, well, Scrooge.

    Movie Review: Disney's A Christmas Carol

  • Imagine Scrooge McDuck himself, a lampoon of that other satirical holiday Dickensian favorite, Ebenezer diving into his glorious gold-coined hoard, and you're not too far off: the Federal Reserve reported that as of this March, nonfinancial American corporations were sitting on $1.85 trillion in cash and other liquid assets, a 26% increase over 2009.

    Katy Welter: Small Business Saturday Makes Economic Sense

  • WASHINGTON - Insisting he did nothing wrong, billionaire Scrooge McDuck testified today before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.

    John Marshall: McDuck Gives Fraud Testimony

  • There was Mickey's Christmas Carol in 1983, a hand-drawn version with Scrooge McDuck as, well, Scrooge.

    Marshall Fine: Movie Review: Disney's A Christmas Carol

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  • I love Scrooge McDuck. I can't believe he's slipped my mind in the list Flights of Fancy.

    December 23, 2009