On April 4, 2001, The Onion struggled to recall the details of John-John's death while being distracted by the Oscars. We also have a yak, General Motors' new car and Disney's layoffs.
We also have paintings of Jesus, an ode to Dolly Parton, a man too generous with gum and a man sad he was hit with a shovel. These are all real things.
James daSilva
We also get drinking stories, a longing for titanium and a new column from accounts receivable legend Herbert Kornfeld.
James daSilva
Destiny's Child! Pearl Harbor! A new Wal-Mart store! Lots of ancient history to tide you over as we revisit the week of Memorial Day 2001.
James daSilva
Topical jokes don't age as well as jokes about the human condition, and the May 23, 2001, Onion issue proves both points.
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We've also got science fixing the disasters it causes, why 1980s beer commercials are the best, and Jenna Jameson lobbying for things that aren't print…
James daSilva
Smoove B is Cincinnati's greatest charmer and lover. We also have stories about video games, God's mental health, Maxim magazine, Sen. Max Baucus and c…
James daSilva
There's also the classic Onion headline "Mason-Dixon Line Renamed IHOP-Waffle House Line" in this strange, dark issue from April 25, 2001.
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