A news event worthy of a "Downfall" parody (Warning: not safe for office viewing)
I know. I know.
Parodies of Oliver Hirschbiegel's "Downfall" are among the stalest jokes on YouTube. The film's original subtitles have been rewritten to cover everything from Kanye West's diss of Taylor Swift to Apple's (AAPL) rejection of the Fuhrer's Flash app.
But this one -- from the 3:49 scene when Hitler learns that the war is truly lost -- fits like a black leather glove.
Best part: The nervous glances his staff exchange when Hitler tries to find comfort in the continued strength of HP's (HPQ) personal computer division.
YouTube video here and below the fold.
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