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I never had an internship. No one would have me. (OK, I got offered one at the Miami Herald once, but I was still in my "I don't think I really want to go into journalism -- it's a dying field" mode. Which turned out to be ironic on so many levels.) 

So, I have always been curious about this magical world of interns. Thankfully, a bunch of pasty-looking kids who interned at Crispin Porter + Bogusky's Miami office this summer made a rap music video to explain it all to me! 

Let's watch!... OK, watched it. I really don't have words for what I've just seen. 

What's the deal with all the mentions of this "Enertia" bike? Oh right, that's the company that bought the services of the CP+B interns on eBay for a little under $18K. I hope they got more than this. 

[via Gawker]

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