Book Description: Here is a hilarious and acerbic send up of what Enron's 2001 annual report to stockholders really should have looked like. Complete with charts and graphs that perfectly illustrate the biggest corporate scam of our newborn millenium, The Enrob Annual Report 2001 skewers the self-anointed masters of the universe -- and heaps on extra helpings of scorn and humiliation for good measure. Including chapters such as “Opportunities in Hypothetical Technology,” “Boring Stuff About Oil, Gas, Etc.,” and “An Unexpected Need for New Management,” this satirical report is a dead-on parody that's sure to elicit peals of laughter from all non-Enron executives throughout the country.(As for the Enron execs, they'll just be groaning.) For anyone who's disgusted with this scandal and would like an opportunity to get in on the mudslinging and have a good laugh, The Enrob Annual Report 2001 is nothing short of required reading.