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Stupid Magazine Ranks Some Stupid Crap

NEW YORK, NY—Fling magazine, the "magazine for on-the-go twentysomethings," arbitrarily ranked a bunch of stupid crap from 1 to 10 in its new September issue, providing those included in the list with a false sense of validation and Fling with something to put on its cover. "We are number one," said a member of the group ranked first. "This magazine ranking proves it!" In addition to exciting those included near the top of the list, the survey excited editors of other stupid publications, who found the stupid rankings to be a perfect editorial space-filler. According to Fling editor Michael Klein, the magazine plans to rank as much other crap as possible in the future, as making up lists lends a publication importance and credibility.