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"Even white boys got to do a parody."
Today's Senate hearings on the Washington Mutual collapse are the gift that keeps on giving.

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Washington Mutual Remixed "Baby Got Back" at Lavish Retreat

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"Even white boys got to do a parody."
Today's Senate hearings on the Washington Mutual collapse are the gift that keeps on giving.

First we heard from former CEO and victimized rich white guy Kerry Killinger, who claimed Wall Street's clubby nature led to his bank's seizure. Now comes news that while it was helping to pull the rug out from America's economy, WaMu was honoring the brokers who sold the risky loans that would soon bankrupt the company with remixed versions of Sir Mix-A-Lot's 1992 classic:

At the 2006 retreat in Kauai, a group of employees performed a "tribute" to the event's honorees. To the tune of the 1992 hit "Baby Got Back," the employees came out on stage and started rapping, "I like big bucks and I cannot lie / You mortgage brothers can't deny / That when the dough roles in like you're printin' your own cash / And you gotta make a splash / You just spends/ Like it never ends / Cuz you gotta have that big new Benz..."
Sources say they're not sure if video of the song still exists. But if it does, I'd like to announce my opening bid of a bajillion gazillion dollars for the right to watch it first.
 
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