July 13, 2004

What You Don't Know Could Cost You A Movie Ticket

So, I was in a convenience store (SuperAmerica) up in the Cities over the weekend, and I caught snippets of a conversation between the clerk behind the counter and an apparent friend of his.

FRIEND: Me and the girl went to see Fahrenheit 9/11 last night.

CLERK: Yeah? What'd you think?

FRIEND: It was stupid. I was some damned thing about President Bush and the war in Iraq. First time I ever walked out of a movie. I want my money back!

CLERK: Why? What did you expect?

FRIEND: fuck, I don't know. I thought it was some movie about an arsonist or firefighters or something.

CLERK: You're kidding me.

FRIEND: No, I'm not kidding. If I want to know about shit like that, I'll read a fucking newspaper.

Somehow, I got the feeling the friend rarely, if ever, read a fucking newspaper.

Posted by Ryan at July 13, 2004 03:48 PM

Here's a nice sickening blog for ya:

It's like trying to imagine Plain Layne with fetish for all things Republican. Probably a right-wing fabrication...

Posted by: The Oracle at July 14, 2004 12:21 AM

The sad thing is that moxie was once quite readable. Interesting stories, nice writing and story telling talent etc.

But then she started incessantly whining about how she couldn't find a nice jewish man ("The common factor in all your failed relationships is you." comes to mind), then the Twin Towers Atrocity happened, and things went quickly downhill. Recently, she seems to have been on a Michael Moore fetish which is a pity because she can, or at least could, do better than that.

Oh, and AFAIK she actually has met with other bloggers...

Posted by: Gudy at July 14, 2004 06:44 AM

Let me guess, he was early 20's, still obsessed with getting laid and being tough?

Poor guy almost had to use his brain, hope he enjoyed going to watch Paris Hilton Bounces Up and Down for An Hour.

Posted by: Johnny Huh? at July 14, 2004 02:12 PM
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