David Slavin David Slavin and Bruce Kluger began writing satire for NPR's All Things Considered in 2002, after their initial attempts at collaboration — brokering a Mideast peace accord and mapping the human genome — proved unsuccessful.
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PGA's White Knight: Beijing?

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At Climate Conference, Hot Air Reigns

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Imagining Barry Bond's Record-Breaking Moment

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Merchandising for a Now-Older 'Star Wars' Crowd

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Recruiting for the Ultimate Secretarial Jobs

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