Monday, July 26, 2004
Boy, was I ever wrong. I gave my prediction on how much F911 would make at around $44 million. It's now broke the $100 million mark. I love this line from the article,
"As 'Fahrenheit 9/11' crossed the $100 million mark this weekend, a first for a feature-length, theatrically released documentary, Michael Moore noted that a new benchmark has thus been set for nonfiction films."
Point of correction. F911 isn't a nonfiction film. One lie after another has already been proven. Hell, even the 911 Commission proved Moore to be a liar. But $100 million. That's some good blood money. And all it took for Moore to earn that $100 million is the death of 3,000+ human lives. Good job, Mikey.

Credit: Yahoo! News

I'm sure we've all heard about Teresa Kerry telling Colin McNickle, the editorial page editor from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, to "shove it". Some history first. Mrs. Kerry said the following,
"We need to turn back some of the creeping, un-Pennsylvanian and sometimes un-American traits that are coming into some of our politics"
When McNickle asked Teresa what she meant by un-American, she denied even saying it. Even thought it's on tape. When McNickle asked about it again, Kerry replied
"You said something I didn't say. Now shove it."
A couple of things about this. First, this shouldn't be unexpected. Teresa isn't the classy, proper lady Laura Bush is. And second, I really don't see the problem. I've seen reporters at work. There've been times I would have said more than just shove it. Reporters need to be put in line. So don't go getting your hopes up this will hurt Candidate Waffles and "Baby Face" Edwards, because this is really a non-issue.

Credit: NewsMax
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