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.
Bruce Kluger and David Slavin began writing satire for NPRs All Things Considered in 2002, after their initial attempts at collaboration -- brokering a Mideast peace accord and mapping the human genome -- proved unsuccessful.
Sometimes that 15 minutes of fame turns into an hour. Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin present the promo for a fictional epic called Joe the Plumber — it's the story about the one man equipped to fix the nation's plugged up economy.
Satirists Kluger and Slavin come up with a line of movie merchandising for the older Star Wars fans. Since the franchise is now over 25 years old, the veteran fans don't need action figures, they need Depends.
Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin find humor in the announcement that a French company is the first since 1976 to receive clearance to market leeches as medical devices in the United States. Leeches are already widely used in American hospitals, and companies that sold them before 1976 were allowed to continue doing so. Kluger and Slavin create a commercial for the product.