Written by Sal Manella

Thursday, 7 June 2007

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Satan enjoys the buyer's market in the soul exchange business

You can still sell your soul to the devil, but it won't fetch nearly as much as it used to. That is according to a recent article in Misfortune magazine, the monthly business periodical.

"In the past people could get some really great deals, such as a million dollars or the ability to play guitar like a maestro. Nowadays, a soul will get you a few thousand dollars tops, or something of similar value", writes Misfortune editor Damien Devlin.

The population explosion is, apparently, to blame for the current buyer's market in the soul exchange business, according to Devlin. With population expected to continue to increase, the buyer's market looks to be here to stay.

Sal Manella

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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